August 25, 2016

Microbiome of the Graduate Student Gut, allergic cats, tree phyllosphere, milk tanker trucks, and microbes of soda lakes.

Pregnancy and birth

Review: Role of microbiota function during early life and children neurodevelopment – Tomás Cerdó – Trends in Food Science & Technology

General microbiome

Now published after preprint earlier this year and article in Cell: Revised Estimates for the Number of Human and Bacteria Cells in the Body – Ron Sender – PLOS Biology

Enemies and brothers in arms: Candida albicans and gram-positive bacteria – Toni M. Förster – Cellular Microbiology

Human respiratory microbiome

General antibiotic exposure is associated with increased risk of developing chronic rhinosinusitis – Alice Z. Maxfield – The Laryngoscope

Evidence and Role for Bacterial Mucin Degradation in Cystic Fibrosis Airway Disease – Jeffrey M. Flynn – PLOS Pathogens

Human gut microbiome

Master Thesis: Characterizing Microbiome Changes in the Graduate Student Gut – Justin Roy Lund – University of Oklahoma

Altered Fecal Microbiota Correlates with Liver Biochemistry in Nonobese Patients with Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease – Baohong Wang – Scientific Reports

Prosteatotic and Protective Components in a Unique Model of Fatty Liver: Gut Microbiota and Suppressed Complement System – Long Liu – Scientific Reports

Is there a role for stool metabolomics in cystic fibrosis? – Nadeem O Kaakoush – Pediatrics International

Animal microbiome

Allergic to humans? Characterization of the cutaneous mycobiota in healthy and allergic cats using next generation sequencing – Courtney Meason-Smith – Veterinary Dermatology

Fish: The influence of weight and gender on intestinal bacterial community of wild largemouth bronze gudgeon (Coreius guichenoti, 1874) – Xuemei Li – BMC Microbiology

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Tree phyllosphere bacterial communities: exploring the magnitude of intra- and inter-individual variation among host species – Isabelle Laforest-Lapointe – PeerJ

Long-Term Recovery of Microbial Communities in the Boreal Bryosphere Following Fire Disturbance – Nick A. Cutler – Microbial Ecology

Autochthonous Microbiota in Arsenic-Bearing Technosols from Zemianske Kostoľany (Slovakia) and Its Potential for Bioleaching and Biovolatilization of Arsenic – Alexandra Šimonovičová – Water, Air, & Soil Pollution

Built environment microbiology

Fungi and Bacteria in Indoor Cultural Heritage Environments: Microbial-related Risks for Artworks and Human Health – Enza Di Carlo – Environment and Ecology Research

Fitness and recovery of bacterial communities and antibiotic resistance genes in urban wastewaters exposed to classical disinfection treatments – Andrea Di Cesare – Environmental Science & Technology

Bacterial diversity and antibiotic resistances of abundant aerobic culturable bacteria in input and output samples of fifteen German biogas plants – Thorsten Schauss – Journal of Applied Microbiology

Food microbiology

The Core and Seasonal Microbiota of Raw Bovine Milk in Tanker Trucks and the Impact of Transfer to a Milk Processing Facility – Mary E. Kable – mBio

Water and extremophile microbiome

Microbial community diversity and composition varies with habitat characteristics and biofilm function in macrophyte-rich streams – Peter S. Levi – Oikos

Evaluation of Alternative High-Throughput Sequencing Methodologies for the Monitoring of Marine Picoplanktonic Biodiversity Based on rRNA Gene Amplicons – Isabel Ferrera- Frontiers in Marine Science

Book Chapter: Bacteria, Archaea and Viruses of Soda Lakes – William D. Grant – Soda Lakes of East Africa

Bioinformatics and metagenomics

ResistoMap – online visualization of human gut microbiota antibiotic resistome – Konstantin Yarygin – bioRxiv

Techniques

Protocols.io: Virtual Communities for Protocol Development and Discussion – Leonid Teytelman – PLOS Biology

More microbiology

The Ecology and Evolution of Microbial Competition – Melanie Ghoul – Trends in Microbiology

Microbes in the news

How Designers and Scientists Are Using Bees to Map NYC’s Microbes – Liz Stinson – Wired

Graphic novel about World War I depicts gross realities of dysentery – Carolyn Webb – The Age Victoria

The newest food trend: fermentation – Ted Weesner – Boston Globe

 

 

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