May 26, 2016

Bioinformatics Symposium tomorrow at Stanford with free live stream, development of upper respiratory tract microbiome in infants, coral microbiome in Hawaii, calcified red algae microbiome, and metagenomics pathogen detection tool.

Events

Tomorrow, starts at 8am Pacific Time: Bioinformatics for the Microbiome, Stanford University. Will also be live streamed (and recording will be kept here for a while too) at Stanford Webcast. Due to family circumstances I won’t be able to be there, unfortunately 😦

Targeting the Microbiome – September 19-22, Boston, MA

Report from meeting earlier this week: Frontiers in Human Microbiota Symbiotic Interactions” 3rd Annual Meeting of the Bridging Biomedical Worlds Series

Jobs

Postdoc position in Pat Schloss group – Department of Microbiology & Immunology at the University of Michigan

General microbiome

Bioengineering microbial communities: Their potential to help, hinder and disgust – Diane Sivasubramaniama – Bioengineered

Pregnancy and birth

Development of Upper Respiratory Tract Microbiota in Infancy is Affected by Mode of Delivery – Astrid A.T.M. Bosch – EBioMedicine

Human respiratory microbiome

Long-Term Evolution of Burkholderia multivorans during a Chronic Cystic Fibrosis Infection Reveals Shifting Forces of Selection – Inês N. Silva – mSystems

Study shows how bacteria evolve in lungs of cystic fibrosis patients – Science Daily

Upper airway microbial colonization in patients with neuromuscular disorders – Florian Stehling – Respirology

Human gut microbiome

Age-related changes in gut microbiota composition from newborn to centenarian: a cross-sectional study – Toshitaka Odamaki – BMC Microbiology

Metagenomic characterization of microbial communities in situ within the deeper layers of the ileum in Crohn’s Disease – Chandra Sekhar Pedamallu – CMGH Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Association of Systemic Sclerosis With a Unique Colonic Microbial Consortium – Elizabeth R. Volkmann – Arthritis & Rheumatology

Development of the gut microbiota and mucosal IgA responses in twins and gnotobiotic mice – Joseph D. Planer – Nature

Animal experiments

Impact of a High-Fat or High-Fiber Diet on Intestinal Microbiota and Metabolic Markers in a Pig Model – Sonja N. Heinritz – MDPI Nutrients

Immunological Consequences of Intestinal Fungal Dysbiosis – Matthew L. Wheeler – Cell Host & MIcrobe

Gene-microbiota interactions contribute to the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease – Hiutung Chu – Science

Editorial: Microbiome: Does the brain listen to the gut? – Thomas Kuntz – eLIFE

Animal microbiome

Biogeography of planktonic and coral-associated microorganisms across the Hawaiian Archipelago – Jennifer L. Salerno – FEMS Microbiology Ecology

Codivergence of the primary bacterial endosymbiont of psyllids versus host switches and replacement of their secondary bacterial endosymbionts – Aidan A. G. Hall – Environmental Microbiology

An exploration of the fungal assemblage in each life history stage of the butterfly, Lycaeides melissa (Lycaenidae), as well as its host plant Astragalus canadensis (Fabaceae) – Joshua G. Harrison – Fungal Ecology

Comparison of the fecal microbiota in horses with Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS) and metabolically normal controls fed a similar all forage diet – S. Elzinga – Journal of Equine Veterinary Science

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Characterising the microbiome of Corallina officinalis, a dominant calcified intertidal red alga – Juliet Brodie – FEMS Microbiology Ecology

Relative importance of soil properties and microbial community for soil functionality: insights from a microbial swap experiment – Manuel Delgado-Baquerizo – Functional Ecology

Effect of agricultural practices and coastal constraints on soil microbial functional properties in Mediterranean olive orchards – N. Boukhdoud – European Journal of Soil Science

Functional breadth and home-field advantage generate functional differences among soil microbial decomposers – Nicholas Fanin – Ecology

Book Chapter: Bacteria and Non-lichenized Fungi Within Biological Soil Crusts – Stefanie Maier – Biological Soil Crusts: An Organizing Principle in Drylands

Metagenomics, bioinformatics, and techniques

HoloVir: A workflow for investigating the diversity and function of viruses in invertebrate holobionts – Patrick W. Laffy – Frontiers in Microbiology

Taxonomer: an interactive metagenomics analysis portal for universal pathogen detection and host mRNA expression profiling – Steven Flygare – Genome Biology

Metagenomics pathogen detection tool could change how infectious diseases are diagnosed – EurekAlert

Comparison of microbial DNA enrichment tools for metagenomic whole genome sequencing – Matthew Thoendel – Journal of Microbiological Methods

BMPOS: a Flexible and User-Friendly Tool Sets for Microbiome Studies – Victor S. Pylro – Microbial Ecology

Functional foods

Reviewing Classical and Molecular Techniques Regarding Profiling of Probiotic Character of Microorganisms – Christos Stefanis – Current Research in Nutrition and Food Science

Microbes in the news

Polio-free world? Not if scientists refuse to destroy their research specimens – Helen Branswell – STAT news

The secret history of ancient toilets. By scouring the remains of early loos and sewers, archaeologists are finding clues to what life was like in the Roman world and in other civilizations – Chelsea Wald – Nature

Using Gut Bacteria To Save The Planet – John Farrell – Forbes

The Emergent Microbiome: A Revolution for the Life Sciences – Part VI, Diagnostics – Jessica L. Miles and Anthony D. Sabatelli – Lexology

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3 thoughts on “May 26, 2016

  1. BMPOS: a Flexible and User-Friendly Tool Sets for Microbiome Studies – Victor S. Pylro – Microbial Ecology

    I can’t believe this title made it to publication, what were authors/reviewers/editors thinking?

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