Publications 

Below you will find all the published papers using The Human Phenotype Project data. Scientists all over the world have put their imaginations to work and published a wide range of work. 


2023

2022

2021

2020

  • NATURE

    A reference map of potential determinants for the human serum metabolome

    N. Bar, T. Korem, O. Weissbrod, D. Zeevi, D. Rothschild, S. Leviatan, N. Kosower, M. Lotan-Pompan, A. Weinberger, CI. Le Roy, C. Menni, A. Visconti, M. Falchi, TD. Spector; IMI DIRECT consortium, J. Adamski, PW. Franks, O. Pedersen, E. Segal

    12/03/2020

  • NATURE MEDICINE

    Axes of a revolution: challenges and promises of big data in healthcare

    S. Shilo, H. Rossman, E. Segal

    01/13/2020

2019

  • NATURE

    Potential roles of gut microbiome and metabolites in modulating ALS in mice

    12. E. Blacher, S. Bashiardes, H. Shapiro,D. Rothschild, U. Mor1, M. Dori-Bachash, C. Kleimeyer, C. Moresi, Y. Harnik, M. Zur, M. Zabari, R. Ben-Zeev Brik, D. Kviatcovsky, N. Zmora, Y. Cohen, N. Bar, I. Levi, N. Amar, T. Mehlman, A. Brandis, I. Biton, Y. Kuperman, M. Tsoory, L. Alfahel, A. Harmelin, M. Schwartz, A. Israelson, L. Arike, M. Johansson, G.C. Hansson, M. Gotkine, E. Segal*, E. Elinav*

    07/22/2019


  • NATURE

    Sub-genomic variation in the gut microbiome associates with host metabolic health

    D. Zeevi, T. Korem, A. Godneva, N. Bar, A. Kurilshikov, M. Lotan-Pompan, A. Weinberger, J. Fu, C. Wijmenga, A. Zhernakova, E. Segal

    03/27/2019

2018

  • CELL

    Post-Antibiotic Gut Mucosal Microbiome Reconstitution Is Impaired by Probiotics and Improved by Autologous FMT

    Jotham Suez, Niv Zmora, Gili Zilberman-Schapira, Uria Mor, Mally Dori-Bachash, Stavros Bashiardes, Maya Zur, Dana Regev-Lehavi, Rotem Ben-Zeev Brik, Sara Federici, Max Horn, Yotam Cohen, Andreas E Moor, David Zeevi, Tal Korem, Eran Kotler, Alon Harmelin, Shalev Itzkovitz, Nitsan Maharshak, Oren Shibolet, Meirav Pevsner-Fischer, Hagit Shapiro, Itai Sharon, Zamir Halpern, Eran Segal, Eran Elinav

    09/06/2018

  • CELL

    Personalized Gut Mucosal Colonization Resistance to Empiric Probiotics Is Associated with Unique Host and Microbiome Features

    N. Zmora, G. Zilberman-Schapira, J. Suez, U. Mor, M. Dori-Bachash, S. Bashiardes, E. Kotler, M. Zur, D. Regev-Lehavi, R. Ben-Zeev Brik, S. Federici, Y. Cohen, R. Linevsky, D. Rothschild, AE. Moor, S. Ben-Moshe, A. Harmelin, A. Harmelin, S. Itzkovitz, N. Maharshak, O. Shibolet, H. Shapiro, M. Pevsner-Fischer, I. Sharon, Z. Halpern, E. Segal*, E. Elinav*

    09/06/2018

  • NATURE

    Environment dominates over host genetics in shaping human gut microbiota

    D. Rothschild, O. Weissbrod, E. Barkan, A. Kurilshikov, T. Korem, D. Zeevi, PI. Costea, A. Godneva, IN. Kalka, N. Bar, S. Shilo, D. Lador, AV. Vila, N. Zmora, M. Pevsner-Fischer, D. Israeli, N. Kosower, G. Malka, BC. Wolf, T. Avnit-Sagi, M. Lotan-Pompan, A. Weinberger, Z. Halpern, S. Carmi, J. Fu, Lifelines cohort study, C. Wijmenga, A. Zhernakova, E. Elinav, E. Segal

    03/08/2018

2016

  • NATURE

    Persistent microbiome alterations modulate the rate of post-dieting weight regain

    C.A. Thaiss, S. Itav, D. Rothschild, M. Meijer, C. Moresi, M. Levy, L. Dohnalová, S. Rozin, Y. Kuperman, I. Biton, A. Harmelin, H. Shapiro, E. Segal*, E. Elinav*

    12/22/2016

2015

  • CELL

    Personalized Nutrition by Prediction of Glycemic Responses

    D. Zeevi, T. Korem, D. Rothschild, A. Weinberger, N. Zmora, D. Israeli 6, O. Ben-Yacov, D. Lador, T. Avnit-Sagi, M. Lotan-Pompan, J. Suez, J. Ali Mahdi, E. Matot, G. Malka, N. Kosower, M. Rein, G. Zilberman, L. Dohnalova, M. Pevsner-Fischer, R. Bikovsky, Z. Halpern, E. Elinav, E. Segal

    11/19/2015

  • SCIENCE

    Growth dynamics of gut microbiota in health and disease inferred from single metagenomic samples

    T. Korem, D. Zeevi, J. Suez, A. Weinberger, T. Avnit-Sagi, M. Pompan-Lotan, E. Matot, G. Jona, A. Harmelin, N. Cohen, A. Sirota-Madi, C.A. Thaiss, M. Pevsner-Fischer, R. Sorek, R. Xavier, E. Elinav, E. Segal

    09/04/2015

2014

  • NATURE

    Artificial sweeteners induce glucose intolerance by altering the gut microbiota

    J. Suez, T. Korem, D. Zeevi, G. Zilberman-Schapira, C.A. Thaiss, O. Maza, D. Israeli, N. Zmora, S. Gilad, A. Weinberger, Y. Kuperman, A. Harmelin, I. Kolodkin-Gal, H. Shapiro, Z. Halpern, E. Segal*, E. Elinav*

    09/17/2014

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