November 9, 2015

Bronchial microbiome in COPD patients, tilapia pond systems, bacteria and fungi at the root tips of Pinus, and microbiome of an extreme Australian river.

Human respiratory microbiome

Influence of biofim on the bronchial microbiome in COPD patients colonized or infected by pseudomonas aeruginosa – Marian Garcia-Nuñez – European Respiratory Journal

Human gut microbiome

Review: Gut Microbiota and Host Reaction in Liver Diseases – Hiroshi Fukui – Microorganisms

Animal models

Repeated dose (28-day) administration of silver nanoparticles of varied size and coating does not significantly alter the indigenous murine gut microbiome – Laura A. Wilding – Nanotoxicology

Animal microbiome

Bacteria associated with Amblyomma cajennense tick eggs – Erik Machado-Ferreira – Genetics and Molecular Biology

Characterization of microbial communities in intensive GIFT tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) pond systems during the peak period of breeding – Limin Fan – Aquaculture Research

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Novel mycoviruses discovered from metatranscriptomics survey of soybean phyllosphere phytobiomes – Shin-Yi Lee Marzano – Virus Research

The local environment determines the assembly of root endophytic fungi at a continental scale – Kyriaki Glynou – Environmental Microbiology

Effects of vegetation and seasonality on bacterial communities in Amazonian dark earth and adjacent soils – Amanda Barbosa Lima – African Journal of Microbiology Research

Response of soil microbiota to nine-year application of swine manure and urea – Diana Morales – Ciencia Rural

Analysis of single root-tip microbiomes suggests that distinctive bacterial communities are selected by Pinus sylvestris roots colonized by different ectomycorrhizal fungi – Srisailam Marupakula – Environmental Microbiology

The structure of microbial community in aggregates of a typical chernozem aggregates under contrasting variants of its agricultural use – E. A. Ivanova – Soil Biology

Water management impacts on arsenic behavior and rhizosphere bacterial communities and activities in a rice agro-ecosystem – Suvendu Das – Science of The Total Environment

Functional selections of soil metagenomes identify tolerance genes against lignocellulose-derived inhibitors – Kevin J. Forsberg – Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Characterization of the core microbiota of the drainage and surrounding soil of a Brazilian copper mine – Letícia Bianca Pereira – Genetics and Molecular Biology
http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?pid=S1415-47572015005050025&script=sci_arttext
Water / Extremophile microbiome

Extremophile microbiomes in acidic and hypersaline river sediments of Western Australia – Shipeng Lu – Environmental Microbiology Reports

Food microbiology

Impact of nisin-activated packaging on microbiota of beef burgers during storage – Ilario Ferrocino – Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Techniques

PacBio Sequencing and Its Applications – Anthony Rhoads – Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics

Preservation of Uncultivated Microbial Cells for Single Cell Genomics and Cultivation in Future – Om Prakash – Single Cell Biology

Microbes in the news

Kangaroo farts won’t save the world – Their gut microbes really aren’t that special – Arielle Duhaime-Ross

Based on the data shown here, the title seems a stretch: 2015 American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting: Microbiome Seems to Have a Role in Triggering Lupus – HCP Live

Bacteria looks to be promising in cheatgrass battle – Larry Meyer – The Argus Observer
http://www.argusobserver.com/news/bacteria-looks-to-be-promising-in-cheatgrass-

Veterinarians Warn Pet Owners About Bacteria After Flooding: increased chance of leptospirosis – TWC news
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