His primary areas of investigation include Metagenomics, Genome, Computational biology, Ecology and Microbiology. In his papers, Bas E. Dutilh integrates diverse fields, such as Metagenomics and Anammox. His Genome research includes elements of Bacteriophage and Tetrahymena.
His Computational biology research incorporates elements of Virus, Virology, Taxonomy and Virus classification. His work on Ecosystem and Marine biology as part of general Ecology research is often related to Sewage, thus linking different fields of science. His Microbiology research integrates issues from Pyrosequencing, Clostridia and 16S ribosomal RNA, Gammaproteobacteria.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Metagenomics, Genome, Genetics, Computational biology and Ecology. His studies deal with areas such as Microbiome, Bacteriophage, Microbial ecology and Microbiology as well as Metagenomics. The concepts of his Microbiome study are interwoven with issues in Metabolome and Colorectal cancer.
The Genome study combines topics in areas such as Evolutionary biology and DNA sequencing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Virus, Virology and Biological dark matter, Phylogenetics. His Ecology research incorporates themes from Botany and Microbial population biology.
Bas E. Dutilh mainly focuses on Genome, Bacteria, Microbiome, Genetics and Evolutionary biology. To a larger extent, he studies Gene with the aim of understanding Genome. His Bacteria research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Human virome and Biochemistry, DNA.
His Microbiome research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Microbial ecology, Firmicutes, Microbiology and Metagenomics. His Metagenomics research includes themes of Cluster analysis, Computational biology, Data mining and Contig. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Evolutionary biology, Caudovirales, Spounavirinae and Archaeal Viruses is strongly linked to Virus classification.
His primary areas of study are Virus classification, Bacteria, Colorectal cancer, Taxonomy and Evolutionary biology. His Virus classification study combines topics in areas such as Cellular organisms, Caudovirales, Spounavirinae and Ebola virus. He interconnects Microbiome, Thiosulfate, Biochemistry and Metagenomics in the investigation of issues within Bacteria.
His work carried out in the field of Colorectal cancer brings together such families of science as Genome, Human microbiome, Metabolome, Metabolomics and Computational biology. Bas E. Dutilh has researched Taxonomy in several fields, including Genetic divergence and Virus, Virology. His research integrates issues of Archaeal Viruses, Siphoviridae, Podoviridae, Myoviridae and Bacillus Phage in his study of Evolutionary biology.
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Nitrite-driven anaerobic methane oxidation by oxygenic bacteria
Katharina F. Ettwig;Margaret K. Butler;Margaret K. Butler;Denis Le Paslier;Denis Le Paslier;Eric Pelletier;Eric Pelletier.
Deciphering the evolution and metabolism of an anammox bacterium from a community genome
Marc Strous;Eric Pelletier;Sophie Mangenot;Thomas Rattei.
Changes to taxonomy and the International Code of Virus Classification and Nomenclature ratified by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (2017)
Andrew M. Q. King;Elliot J. Lefkowitz;Arcady R. Mushegian;Michael J. Adams.
Archives of Virology (2017)
A bacterial driver-passenger model for colorectal cancer: beyond the usual suspects.
Harold Tjalsma;Annemarie Boleij;Julian Roberto Marchesi;Bas E. Dutilh.
Nature Reviews Microbiology (2012)
A highly abundant bacteriophage discovered in the unknown sequences of human faecal metagenomes
Nature Communications (2014)
Towards the Human Colorectal Cancer Microbiome
Julian R. Marchesi;Bas E. Dutilh;Bas E. Dutilh;Neil Hall;Wilbert H. M. Peters.
PLOS ONE (2011)
Metagenomics and future perspectives in virus discovery.
John L Mokili;Forest Rohwer;Bas E Dutilh;Bas E Dutilh.
Current Opinion in Virology (2012)
Eleven grand challenges in single-cell data science
David Lähnemann;David Lähnemann;Johannes Köster;Johannes Köster;Ewa Szczurek;Davis J. McCarthy;Davis J. McCarthy.
Genome Biology (2020)
Ecogenomics and potential biogeochemical impacts of globally abundant ocean viruses
Simon Roux;Jennifer R Brum;Bas E. Dutilh;Bas E. Dutilh;Bas E. Dutilh;Shinichi Sunagawa.
Marine DNA Viral Macro- and Microdiversity from Pole to Pole.
Ann C. Gregory;Ahmed A. Zayed;Nádia Conceição-Neto;Ben Temperton.
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