September 2, 2015

I will be traveling in the next 2 weeks, so The Digest might not come out every day, but I will try to keep my best to post as often as I can. Also, NCBI’s PubMed email alerts have not been coming out daily in the last week, and when they arrive they contain 70+ papers. Today I did not get any, so I have a very small digest:

Pregnancy and birth

Breastmilk-Saliva Interactions Boost Innate Immunity by Regulating the Oral Microbiome in Early Infancy – Saad S. Al-Shehri – PLOS ONE

Microbiome models

Exploitation of the Medfly Gut Microbiota for the Enhancement of Sterile Insect Technique: Use of Enterobacter sp. in Larval Diet-Based Probiotic Applications – Antonios A. Augustinos – PLOS ONE

Editorial: Lactobacillus acidophilus opens the door to butyrate – Gillian Patman – Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology

Water microbiome

Insights into the Microbial and Viral Dynamics of a Coastal Downwelling-Upwelling Transition – Gustavo Bueno Gregoracci – PLOS ONE

Microbes in the news

Mars Dome – a cool closed system – Alex Alexiev – MicroBEnet

Scientists Mimic Sharkskin to Develop Bacteria Resistant Surfaces – Ivan Budimir – NewsWire

Polio in two Ukrainian children first occurrence of disease in Europe since 2010 – Sarah Boseley – The Guardian

Science, publishing, and career

FunnyFifth-Grade Science Paper Doesn’t Stand Up To Peer Review – the Onion

Bik’s Picks

Using DNA Metabarcoding to Identify the Floral Composition of Honey: A New Tool for Investigating Honey Bee Foraging Preferences – Jennifer Hawkins – PLOS ONE

New Species of Ancient ‘River’ Dolphin Lived in the Ocean – Sara G. Miller – Live Science / Discovery

How America’s love affair with caffeine has sparked a crisis of overdoses — and what the FDA is trying to do about it – Ariana Eunjung Cha – Washington Post
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