Non-human microbiome, June 19

Microbiomes of piggies, chicks, and bread. Yum.

Pig microbiome

Screen Shot 2014-06-19 at 11.04.38 PMCharacterization of the fecal microbiome in different swine groups by high-throughput sequencing – Soo-Je Park – Anaerobe

“High-throughput 16S rRNA gene-based pyrosequencing was used to identify the possible core microorganisms in the gut of swine groups.”

Screen Shot 2014-06-19 at 11.05.40 PMImpact of fibre types on gut microbiota, gut environment and gut function in fattening pigs – H. Chen – Animal Feed Science and Technology

“To be concluded, influences of dietary sources on intestinal microflora and volatile fatty acids seemed to be related to fibre components, which possibly led to the changes in intestinal mucosal digestive physiology and thus affect production parameters of fattening pigs.”

Chicken microbiome

Screen Shot 2014-06-19 at 11.06.06 PMSelection of indigenous lactic acid bacteria to reinforce the intestinal microbiota of newly hatched chicken – Relevance of in vitro and ex vivo methods for strains characterization
Jaime D. Babot – Research in Veterinary Science

“Based on the natural benefits of the indigenous microbiota, lactic acid bacteria (LAB) from poultry origin were isolated from hens and broilers intestine, and their probiotic potential was further studied.”

Food microbiology

Screen Shot 2014-06-19 at 11.06.34 PMQuantitative high-resolution melting PCR analysis for monitoring of fermentation microbiota in sourdough – Xiaoxi B. Lin – International Journal of Food Microbiology

“This study developed two methods based on high-resolution melting curves (HRM) to monitor sourdough microbiota during fermentation and to investigate the effect of cereal substrate on microbial ecology.”

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