Massive amounts of data require infrastructure to manage and store the information in a manner than can be easily accessed for use. While technologies have scaled to allow researchers to sequence and annotate communities of microorganisms within an environment — its "microbiome" — on an ever-increasing scale, the data management aspect has not been developed in parallel.
In a paper published online May 16 in Trends in Microbiology, researchers from the U.S. Department of E
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