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Studies Unique Samples per Visibility Status Public Samples per Data Type Users Jobs
public: 678
private: 157
sandbox: 2,241
submitted to EBI: 721
public: 358,878
private: 106,200
sandbox: 465,395
submitted to EBI: 266,683
submitted to EBI (prep): 315,088
16S: 334,659
18S: 8,896
ITS: 14,156
Metagenomic: 53,304
Full Length Operon: 803
Metatranscriptomic: 11,764
Metabolomic: 407
Genome Isolate: 1,131
11,335 615,891

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House Observations in Microbial and Environmental Chemistry

Humans spend >90% of their time indoors. Despite this, the chemistry of a home, how it changes due to human use and how the surfaces affect this molecular composition is mostly unexplored. In a full-sized test home, using untargeted metabolomics, it was assessed how a month of use, including cooking, cleaning, walking in and out of the house, bathroom duties, eating and working, shape the molecular profile of the surfaces in all rooms. Molecules associated with eating/cooking, bathroom use and personal care can be found throughout the entire house, while molecules such as medications, outdoor biocides and microbially-derived molecules were found to be distributed in a regiospecific manner. The house, and it’s microbial occupants, in turn, also introduce chemical transformations such as differences in oxidation or transformations of food-borne molecules. The awareness and the ability to observe the molecular changes introduced by people could influence future building designs.

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