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Indoor Environment and indoor microbiome database -- available for free download.
Contains 398 articles (as of 19 June 2014)carefully selected that contain information on the indoor microbiome and the indoor environmental conditions reported by the authors. Full abstracts are included. The database is in MS Access format and simple or complex queries can be made using the database in Access. We are continually looking for new articles and adding them, so check back often for a new version. We will send out an eUpdate each time we post a new version, usually after the addition of 10 (or more) new articles. We are looking for ways to make it more widely available. It was supported until June 30, 2013, by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation's grant to UC Davis' microBEnet project. Warning - 17.6 MB file. We also have prepared a How-to file for those not familiar with constructing searches in databases. It is also downloadable. You can downloaded the "how to.." file from the article entitled "How to use the Indoor Environment-Indoor microbiome database." Finally, there is a downloadable article on the curation process that will help users undertand our process and criteria for adding articles to the database. If you have any suggestions, please forward them to us.
How to use the Indoor Environment-Indoor microbiome database.
Downloadable file with help for those unfamiliar with constructing queries in the MS Access program. this is for use with the Indoor Environment-Indoor Microbiome database, curated with funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation's grant to UC Davis' microbe.net project, Jonathan Eisen PI. Check out the web site at http://microbe.net.
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