BIOM-Mass Data Portal
The BIOM-Mass Data Portal was created to manage and share data from microbiome epidemiology studies conducted by the HCMPH. The data portal houses and provides access to raw and processed datasets including 16S rRNA gene amplicon profiles, metagenomes, metatranscriptomes, and metabolomes as well as information about the samples and subjects such as phenotypes, demographics, and technical protocols.
Human Microbiome Bioactives Resource
The HMBR flagship project aims to prioritize and validate novel therapeutics and therapeutic targets from the microbiome – from microbial strains to gene products to small molecules. All HMBR-related data is available to the community through the HMBR data portal.
A suite of cutting-edge computational tools (complete with documentation and tutorials) for microbial community profiling and microbiome analysis developed by the Huttenhower lab can be found in their here.
Human Microbiome Project
Access comprehensive human microbiome datasets generated by the NIH’s Human Microbiome Project through the data portal here.