July 31, 2017

Short digest today, with many articles from Applied and Environmental Microbiology (AEM)!

General microbiome
Review: Bacterial infection increases risk of carcinogenesis by targeting mitochondria – Jesper A.B. Strickertsson – Seminars in Cancer Biology

Pregnancy and early life
Iron in Micronutrient Powder Promotes an Unfavorable Gut Microbiota in Kenyan Infants – Minghua Tang – Nutrients

Multi-site human microbiome
Review: Role of uremic toxin indoxyl sulfate in the progression of cardiovascular disease – Huichang Gao – Life Sciences

Human gut microbiome
The sortase-dependent fimbriome of the genus Bifidobacterium: extracellular structures with potential to modulate microbe-host dialogue – Christian Milani – Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Repression of Salmonella host cell invasion by aromatic small molecules from the human fecal metabolome – Rafael J.M. Peixoto – Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Animal experiments
Antibiotic-Induced Microbiota Dysbiosis Impairs Neuromuscular Function in Juvenile Mice – Valentina Caputi – British Journal of Pharmacology

10-oxo-12(Z)-octadecenoic acid, a linoleic acid metabolite produced by gut lactic acid bacteria, enhances energy metabolism by activation of TRPV1 – Minji Kim – FASEB

Water and extremophile microbiome
Dissimilatory Nitrate Reduction to Ammonium in the Yellow River Estuary: Rates, Abundance, and Community Diversity – Cuina Bu – Scientific Reports

Built environment
Phage-host associations in a full-scale activated sludge plant during sludge bulking – Ruyin Liu – Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology

Phages and viruses
Metagenomic Analysis of Dairy Bacteriophages: Extraction Method and Pilot Study on Whey Samples Derived from Using Undefined and Defined Mesophilic Starter Cultures – Veronica Barragan – Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Microbes in the news
Flesh-Eating Vibrio Can Come From Cleaning Fish…As Well As Swimming – Judy Stone – Forbes

Burp! Singapore scientists hope for probiotic beer hit – Reuters – Deccan Chronicle

Bacteria Hysteria
Blowing out birthday candles increases bacteria on cake’s icing – study –
Daily Mail

Deadly mix: Brewing faecal bacteria in your coffee cup? – Jagruti Verma – Deccan Chronicle

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