March 12, 2017

The first day of daylight saving time in the USA and if your Sunday morning started in a (relative) darkness just read about the viruses in the oceanic basement.  Then find out why yogurt can help your mood.  More interesting papers about the gut-brain connection, a microbiota-centric view of diseases of the upper gastrointestinal tract, microbiome and Type 1 & 2 diabetes, and a new method of detecting bacteria during root canal treatments.

General microbiome

Review: Calling All Hosts: Bacterial Communication In Situ – Jessica L. Cleary – Chem

Gut-Brain connection

The Association Between Temperament and Microbiota in Healthy Individuals: A Pilot Study  – Kim H – Psychosomatic medicine

Gut-brain actions underlying comorbid anxiety and depression associated with inflammatory bowel disease –  Aine Abautret-Daly -Acta Neuropsychiatrica

Human gut microbiome

A microbiota-centric view of diseases of the upper gastrointestinal tract – Gerardo Nardone- Gastroenterology & Hepatology

Review: Systems Biology of Metabolism: A Driver for Developing Personalized and Precision Medicine – Jens Nielsen – Cell Metabolism

Intestinal Microbiota in Type 2 Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease – A. Sabatino – Current Diabetes Reports

The intestinal proteome of diabetic and control children is enriched with different microbial and host proteins  – Elsa Pinto – Microbiology

Therapeutic efficacy of oral immunization with a non-genetically modified Lactococcus lactis-based vaccine CUE-GEM induces local immunity against Helicobacter pylori infection – Wei Liu – Applied Microbiology & Biotech

Water and extremophile microbiome

Viruses in the Oceanic Basement – OD Nigro -MBio

Models

A microengineered collagen scaffold for generating a polarized crypt-villus architecture of human small intestinal epithelium -Yuli Wang – Biomaterials

Built environment

Review: Microbiome involved in microbial electrochemical systems (MESs): Rijuta G Saratale- Chemosphere

Microbes in the news

Probiotic found in yogurt can reverse depression symptoms, Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine finds

New method of detecting bacteria during root canal treatments 

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