June 16, 2017

Gut microbiome focus: Differences in the gut microbiome between children and adults can mediate the metabolism of arsenic possibly leading to differences in exposure risk, the gut microbiome’s ability to protect against salmonella infection is dependent on the IFNy producing bacteria, the microbiome of insoluble fibre is characterized, and a new in vitro technique to interrogate intestinal transport of microbiota and antigens. Plus an overview of the world data centre for microorganisms, and MicroScope for microbial genome annotation. 

  • Events and jobs

Microbiology Technologist OR Microbiology Medical Technologist – Orlando Florida  

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  • General microbiome

Conference: Current concepts in chronic inflammatory diseases: Interactions between microbes, cellular metabolism, and inflammation – Holger Garn – Allergy and Clinical Immunology

  • Human oral microbiome

Characterisation of Roseomonas mucosa isolated from the root canal of an infected tooth – Nina Diesendorf – BMC Research Notes

  • Human gut microbiome

* Interindividual variability of soil arsenic metabolism by human gut microbiota using SHIME model – Naiyi Yin – Chemosphere

* Inter-individual differences determine the outcome of wheat bran colonization by the human gut microbiome – Kim De Paepe – Environmental Microbiology

Review: Microbiota Therapy for Clostridium difficile and Antibiotic Resistant Enteric Infections – Brittany Lewis – Annual Review of Microbiology

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  • Animal experiments

* Enhancement of IFNγ Production by Distinct Commensals Ameliorates Salmonella-Induced Disease – Sophie Thiemann – Cell Host and Microbe

Efficacy of antibiotic treatment of implant-associated Staphylococcus aureus infections with moxifloxacin, flucloxacillin, rifampin, and combination therapy: an animal study – Felix Greimel – Drug Design, Development and Therapy

The scales of the zebrafish: host–microbiota interactions from proteins to populations – Adam Burns – Current Opinion in Microbiology

IL-17 Receptor A Maintains and Protects the Skin Barrier To Prevent Allergic Skin Inflammation – Achilleas Floudas – The Journal of Immunology

Irf4-dependent CD103+CD11b+ dendritic cells and the intestinal microbiome regulate monocyte and macrophage activation and intestinal peristalsis in postoperative ileus – Judith-Mira Pohl – Gut

  • Animal microbiome

Effect of three lactobacilli with strain-specific activities on the growth performance, faecal microbiota and ileum mucosa proteomics of piglets – Yating Su – Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology

  • Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Characterization of the regulation of a plant polysaccharide utilization operon and its role in biofilm formation in Bacillus subtilis – Cameron Habib – PLOSone

Grazing of leaf-associated Cercomonads (Protists: Rhizaria: Cercozoa) structures bacterial community composition and function – Sebastian Flues – Environmental Microbiology

Green alder (Alnus viridis) encroachment shapes microbial communities in subalpine soils and impacts its bacterial or fungal symbionts differently – G Schwob – Environmental Microbiology

The role of organic acids on microbial deterioration in the Radix pseudostellariae rhizosphere under continuous monoculture regimes – Hongmiao Wu – Scientific Reports

Specificity traits consistent with legume-rhizobia coevolution displayed by Ensifer meliloti rhizosphere colonization – María Eugenia Salas – Environmental Microbiology

  • Water and extremophile microbiome

Cascading influence of inorganic nitrogen sources on DOM production, composition, lability and microbial community structure in the open ocean – SJ Goldberg – Environmental Microbiology

Functional diversity and redundancy across fish gut, sediment, and water bacterial communities – Arthur Escalas – Environmental Microbiology

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  • Phages and viruses

Preprint: Bacteria defend against phages through type IV pilus glycosylation – Hanjeong Harvey- bioRxiv

  • Techniques

Dissecting the human microbiome with single-cell genomics – Andrew Tolonen – Genome Medicine

* A human intestinal M-cell-like model for investigating particle, antigen and microorganism translocation – Ana Beloqui – Nature Protocols

  • Metagenomics

* World data centre for microorganisms: an information infrastructure to explore and utilize preserved microbial strains worldwide – Linhuan Wu – Nucleic Acids Research

* MicroScope in 2017: an expanding and evolving integrated resource for community expertise of microbial genomes – David Vallenet – Nucleic Acids Research

Bacteriocin Gene-Trait matching across the complete Lactobacillus Pan-genome – Fergus Collins – Scientific Reports

Screening and characterization of a novel thermostable lipase with detergent-additive potential from the metagenomic library of a mangrove soil – Leli Tang – Gene

  • Microbial Physiology

Preprint: Phenotypic consequences of RNA polymerase dysregulation in Escherichia coli – Paramita Sarkar – bioRxiv

Preprint: Campylobacter jejuni transcriptome changes during loss of culturability in water – Christina Bronowski – bioRxiv

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  • Microbes in the news

You Are What You Eat, And What You Eat Is Millions of MicrobesKyle Frischkorn – Smithsonian.com

John Bartlett’s Take on Critical Infectious Disease Topics: Part 3 – John Bartlett – Medscape

Placental Microbiome – Sally Robertson – Life Sciences News

Light-activated bacteria protect rats from heart attacks – Michael Price – Science

These light-eating bacteria could one day help us survive heart attacks – Alessandra Potenza – The Verge

Scientists image molecular machinery never before seen in bacteria – Brooke Hays – UPI

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