About gutMDisorder v1.0

gutMDisorder: a comprehensive database for dysbiosis of the gut microbiota in disorders and interventions

Over the past several years, accumulating evidence indicates that differences in the composition of the gut microbial community play crucial roles in development of chronic disorders, and the beneficial effects of drugs, foods and other interventions on disorders could be microbially mediated. Whereas, detailed information on dysbiosis of the gut microbiota in disorders and interventions is scattered in literatures and no online repository is available for collecting these data.

To make it convenient for researchers to know the dysbiosis of the gut microbiota in disorders and interventions, we develop this database to provide a comprehensive resource of associations between gut microbiota and disorders or interventions in Human and Mouse, which were validated by case-control experiments based on sequencing technologies involving 16S rRNA/rDNA, quantitative metagenomics by shotgun sequencing, qPCR, and so on.

Currently, users can

Download all manually curated associations.
• Achieve associations by browsing or searching.
Submit novel associations to the gutMDisorder database.

  Statistics

Totally, 2,263 associations between gut microbes and disorders or interventions in Human were manually extracted.

Type Number
Disorder 123
Intervention Drug 46
Food 15
others 16
Gut microbe 579

Totally, 930 associations between gut microbiota and disorders or interventions in Mouse were manually extracted.

Type Number
Disorder 33
Intervention Drug 66
Food 52
others 33
Gut microbe 273
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  Release & Version

Jun 10, 2019, the gutMDisorder v1.0 was released.

  Contact

Liang Cheng, Ph. D.
Associated Professor
School of Life Science and Technology
Harbin Medical University, Harbin 150081, China
Mail: liangcheng@hrbmu.edu.cn