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We are very pleased to announce that the open access journalMicrobiome has received its first Impact Factor of 9.000.
As you know, the Impact Factor is just one measure used for evaluating a journal. Should you be interested in more information on the Impact Factor in general and alternative metrics, please click here.
Read these influential articles and submit your next manuscript to the journal.

Influential Articles
Being human is a gut feeling
Being human is a gut feeling
Hutter et al.
Abstract   |  Full text   |  PDF

Journal Scope
The central purpose of Microbiome is to unite investigators conducting microbiome research in environmental, agricultural, and biomedical arenas.
Topics broadly addressing the study of microbial communities, such as microbial surveys, bioinformatics, meta-omics approaches and community/host interaction modeling will be considered for publication. Through this collection of literature, Microbiome hopes to integrate researchers with common scientific objectives across a broad cross-section of sub-disciplines within microbial ecology.

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Featured collection: Microbiology of the Built Environment

built environment
Guest edited by Jack A Gilbert and Brent Stephens
Built Environments (BE) are the buildings, cities, and towns where we live and work. Over the last 80 years they have become our most intimate ecosystem. Yet our ignorance of this ecosystem is profound, despite its significant impact on humanity. By mapping the microbiome of our built environments we may track biothreats and diseases, develop sophisticated early warning systems, and understand how a changing climate and increasing population density will shape this world.

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