December 1, 2016

Bacteria associated with high BM frequency in Japanese, red wine intake, drought stress in hardwood trees, and a book on Archaea.

Human oral microbiome

Salivary Microbiome Diversity in Caries-Free and Caries-Affected Children – Shan Jiang – Int J Mol Sci

Infections of sterile sites

Clinical metagenomics of bone and joint infections: a proof of concept study – Etienne Ruppe – bioRxiv

Human gut microbiome

Comprehensive analysis of the fecal microbiota of healthy Japanese adults reveals a new bacterial lineage associated with a phenotype characterized by a high frequency of bowel movements and a lean body type – Kaihei Ok – BMC Microbiology

Phylogenetic profile of gut microbiota in healthy adults after moderate intake of red wine – Elvira Barroso – Molecular Nutrition & Food Research

Intestinal dysbiosis is common in systemic sclerosis and associated with gastrointestinal and extraintestinal features of disease – Kristofer Andréasson – Arthritis Research & Therapy

Dysbiosis of fecal microbiota and high frequency of Citrobacter, Klebsiella spp., and Actinomycetes in patients with irritable bowel syndrome and gastroenteritis – Leila Ganji – Gastroenterology and Hepatology: From Bed to Bench

Beneficial Effects of a Dietary Weight Loss Intervention on Human Gut Microbiome Diversity and Metabolism Are Not Sustained during Weight Maintenance – Heinsen F.-A. – Obesity Facts

Comparative Fingerprinting of the Human Microbiota in Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease – Vamanu Emanuel – Journal of Medicinal Food

Review: Clinical implications of the microbiome in urinary tract diseases – Andreas Hiergeist – Current Opinion in Urology
Review and video: How does the microbiome affect liver disease? – Herbert Tilg – Clinical Liver Disease

Animal models

Divergent selection-induced obesity alters the composition and functional pathways of chicken gut microbiota – Jinmei Ding – Genetics Selection Evolution

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Soil microbial communities buffer physiological responses to drought stress in three hardwood species – Steven A. Kannenberg – Oecologia

Review: Prospects for biological soil-borne disease control: application of indigenous versus synthetic microbiomes – Mark Mazzola – Phytopathology


Eradication of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms and persister cells using an electrochemical scaffold and enhanced antibiotic susceptibility – Sujala T Sultana – NPJ Biofilms and Microbiomes

Researchers develop novel wound-healing technology –

Microbes in the news

Mulch your soil—inside and out – David R. Montgomery and Anne Biklé

If You Want To Improve Gut Health, New Research Says Taking A Probiotic Isn’t Enough – Gretchen Lidicker – MindBodyGreen

A race to turn trillions of our own bacteria into medical breakthroughs – CNBC

Scientists create comprehensive computational metabolic models for different gut microbes – News Medical

* Book: Archaea 83 Success Secrets – 83 Most Asked Questions On Archaea – What You Need To Know – Adam Mcdowell – Kobo


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