August 1, 2017

Today’s digest is relatively short, but there is an amazing commentary on rhizosheath and advantages of using phylogenetic distances to examine the microbial communities

Human gut microbiome

Maternal modifiers of the infant gut microbiota: metabolic consequences

Mulligan CM. Journal of Endocrinology

Association between gut microbiota and bone health: potential mechanisms and prospective

Chen YC. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism

Plant, soil, and air microbiome

Amynthas agrestis invasion increases microbial biomass in Mid-Atlantic deciduous forests

Chang CH. Soil Biology and Biochemistry

Effect of nanoparticles on crops and soil microbial communities

Rajput VD. Journal of Soils and Sediments

Bottom-up effects on herbivore-induced plant defences: a case study based on compositional patterns of rhizosphere microbial communities.

Benítez E. Scientific reports

Unwrapping the rhizosheath

Pang J. Plant and Soil

Marine and inland waters

Marine archaea and archaeal viruses under global change

Danovaro R-F1000 Research

Bacterial community structure in the intertidal biofilm along the Yangtze Estuary, China

Guo X .Marine Pollution Bulletin

Fronts at the surface ocean can shape distinct regions of microbial activity and community assemblages down to the bathypelagic zone: The Azores Front as a case study

Baltar F. Frontiers in Marine Science

Microbiome Approaches/Techniques

A deep metaproteomics approach for the study of human microbiomes

Zhang X Analytical Chemistry, 2017

Advantages of phylogenetic distance based constrained ordination analyses for the examination of microbial communities.

Shankar V. Scientific reports

Oral/Nasal Microbiome 

The periodontal war: microbes and immunity

Ebersole JL. PERIODONTOLOGY 2000

Design and validation of a DNA-microarray for phylogenetic analysis of bacterial communities in different oral samples and dental implants

Parolin C. Scientific Reports

Influence of the pneumococcal conjugate vaccines on the temporal variation of pneumococcal carriage and the nasal microbiota in healthy infants: a longitudinal analysis of a case–control study

Mika M. Microbiome

Food Microbiology 

Comparison study of the volatile profiles and microbial communities of Wuyi Qu and Gutian Qu, two major types of traditional fermentation starters of Hong Qu glutinous rice wine

Liu Z.Food Microbiology

Plant-mediated restriction of Salmonella enterica on tomato and spinach leaves colonized with Pseudomonas plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria

Hsu CK.International Journal of Food Microbiology, 2017

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