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The Hungry Microbiome

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The Hungry Microbiome


The Hungry Microbiome is an exciting biomedical animation that takes the audience on a journey through the digestive tract to reveal the world of the human gut microbiome. The video explores how interactions between a human and their gut microbiota plays a key role in colorectal cancer risk. The dataset comprises a 4 minute mp4 video and a thumbnai... more


Bioinformatics, Cancer Cell Biology, Dietetics and Nutrigenomics, Nutritional Physiology, Simulation and Modelling


http://doi.org/10.4225/08/548E2FCD937C1


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Microbiome; resistant starch; bowel cancer; fibre; fiber; animation; visualisation; visualization


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The Hungry Microbiome


The_Hungry_MicroBiome_video_transcript.pdf


Animation and narration: Christopher Hammang; Producers: Sean O'Donoghue, Kate Patterson; Scientific Consultation: David Topping, Trevor Lockett, Julie Clarke; Music and Mixing: Richard Tamplenizza; Sound Design: Tara Webb; Additional Recording: Kenneth Sabir; Art and Technical Direction: Drew Berry, Christian Stolte; Funding provided by Inspiring Australia, Department of Industry.


Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence


CSIRO (Australia)


Hammang, Christopher (2014): The Hungry Microbiome. v4. CSIRO. Data Collection. http://doi.org/10.4225/08/548E2FCD937C1


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO Australia 2014.


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About this Project

TCP03 VIZBI Visualising Biological Data


The aim of the project is to raise the global standard of visualisation and usability in bioinformatics software.


Sean O'Donoghue


Visualisations


Improving bioinformatics visualisations


Simulation


Christopher Hammang