Annual Review of Biomedical Data Science | VOL. 5

Bioinformatics of Corals: Investigating Heterogeneous Omics Data from Coral Holobionts for Insight into Reef Health and Resilience

Publication Date Aug 10, 2022


Coral reefs are home to over two million species and provide habitat for roughly 25% of all marine animals, but they are being severely threatened by pollution and climate change. A large amount of genomic, transcriptomic, and other omics data is becoming increasingly available from different species of reef-building corals, the unicellular dinoflagellates, and the coral microbiome (bacteria, archaea, viruses, fungi, etc.). Such new data present an opportunity for bioinformatics researchers and computational biologists to contribute to a timely, compelling, and urgent investigation of critical factors that influence reef health and resilience.


Species Of Reef-building Corals Coral Microbiome Reef Health Omics Data Coral Reefs Microbiome Bacteria Species Of Corals Large Amount Of Data Climate Change Opportunity For Researchers

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