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Mukherjee S, Bassler BL. Bacterial quorum sensing in complex and dynamically changing environments. Nat Rev Microbiol. 2019 ;17(6):371-382.
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Tuttle RN, Demko AM, Patin NV, Kapono CA, Donia MS, Dorrestein P, et al. Detection of Natural Products and Their Producers in Ocean Sediments. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2019 ;85(8).
Williams BB, Van Benschoten AH, Cimermancic P, Donia MS, Zimmermann M, Taketani M, et al. Discovery and characterization of gut microbiota decarboxylases that can produce the neurotransmitter tryptamine. Cell Host Microbe. 2014 ;16(4):495-503.
Guo C-J, Chang F-Y, Wyche TP, Backus KM, Acker TM, Funabashi M, et al. Discovery of Reactive Microbiota-Derived Metabolites that Inhibit Host Proteases. Cell. 2017 ;168(3):517-526.e18.
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Borenstein DBruce, Ringel P, Basler M, Wingreen NS. Established Microbial Colonies Can Survive Type VI Secretion Assault. PLoS Comput Biol. 2015 ;11(10):e1004520.
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Donia MS, Fischbach MA. HUMAN MICROBIOTA. Small molecules from the human microbiota. Science. 2015 ;349(6246):1254766.
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Sugimoto Y, Camacho FR, Wang S, Chankhamjon P, Odabas A, Biswas A, et al. A metagenomic strategy for harnessing the chemical repertoire of the human microbiome. Science. 2019 ;366(6471).
Chen Y-C, Seyedsayamdost MR, Ringstad N. A microbial metabolite synergizes with endogenous serotonin to trigger reproductive behavior. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 ;117(48):30589-30598.
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Javdan B, Lopez JG, Chankhamjon P, Lee Y-CJ, Hull R, Wu Q, et al. Personalized Mapping of Drug Metabolism by the Human Gut Microbiome. Cell. 2020 ;181(7):1661-1679.e22.
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Jang C, Hui S, Lu W, Cowan AJ, Morscher RJ, Lee G, et al. The Small Intestine Converts Dietary Fructose into Glucose and Organic Acids. Cell Metab. 2018 ;27(2):351-361.e3.
Donia MS, Cimermancic P, Schulze CJ, Brown LCWieland, Martin J, Mitreva M, et al. A systematic analysis of biosynthetic gene clusters in the human microbiome reveals a common family of antibiotics. Cell. 2014 ;158(6):1402-1414.