In Nucleic Acids Research online, a team from Denmark and Hong Kong introduces a database designed to discern links between human disease features and small molecules found in plant-based food sources. The resource, dubbed NutriChem, was developed using a systems chemical biology approach that tapped into data from 21 million published abstracts involving plant-based foods, phytochemicals found in plants, and human disease phenotypes.

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