August 11, 2017

General microbiome
Perturbed human sub-networks by Fusobacterium nucleatum candidate virulence proteins – Andreas Zanzoni – Microbiome

Pregnancy and early life
Impact of intrapartum antimicrobial prophylaxis upon the intestinal microbiota and the prevalence of antibiotic resistance genes in vaginally delivered full-term neonates – Alicja Nogacka – Microbiome

Multi-site human microbiome
Probiotics protect mice from CoCrMo particles-induced osteolysis – Zhenheng Wang – International Journal of Nanomedicine

Human respiratory microbiome
The temporal dynamics of the tracheal microbiome in tracheostomised patients with and without lower respiratory infections – Marcos Pérez-Losada – PLoS One

Human skin microbiome
Review: Impact of nasopharyngeal microbiota on the development of respiratory tract diseases – S. Esposito – European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases

Human gut microbiome
Community characteristics of the gut microbiomes of competitive cyclists – Lauren M. Petersen – Microbiome

Bile microbiota in primary sclerosing cholangitis: Impact on disease progression and development of biliary dysplasia – Pedro Pereira – PLoS One

Assessment of therapeutic response in Crohn’s disease using quantitative dynamic contrast enhanced MRI (DCE-MRI) parameters: A preliminary study – Jianguo Zhu – Medicine

Review: Bridging the Gap between Gut Microbial Dysbiosis and Cardiovascular Diseases – Kimberley Lau – Nutrients

Animal experiments
Statin therapy causes gut dysbiosis in mice through a PXR-dependent mechanism – Jose A. Caparrós-Martín – Microbiome

The Microbiome Activates CD4 T-cell-mediated Immunity to Compensate for Increased Intestinal Permeability – Karen L.Edelblum – Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Development of Inflammatory Bowel Disease is Linked to a Longitudinal Restructuring of the Gut Metagenome in Mice – Thomas J. Sharpton – bioRxiv

Transplanted human fecal microbiota enhanced Guillain Barré syndrome autoantibody responses after Campylobacter jejuni infection in C57BL/6 mice – Phillip T. Brooks – Microbiome

Characterizing the gut (Gallus gallus) microbiota following the consumption of an iron biofortified Rwandan cream seeded carioca (Phaseolus Vulgaris L.) bean-based diet – Spenser Reed – PLoS One

Gut dysbiosis in mice genetically selected for low antibody production – Ana Carolina da Silva Santos – Gut Pathogens

Plant, root, and soil microbiome
Huanglongbing impairs the rhizosphere-to-rhizoplane enrichment process of the citrus root-associated microbiome – Yunzeng Zhang – Microbiome

Water and extremophile microbiome
Shifts in coastal sediment oxygenation cause pronounced changes in microbial community composition and associated metabolism – Elias Broman – Microbiome

Phages and viruses
Optimization and validation of sample preparation for metagenomic sequencing of viruses in clinical samples – Dagmara W. Lewandowska – Microbiome

HIV DNA-Adenovirus Multiclade Envelope Vaccine Induces Gp41 Antibody Immunodominance in Rhesus Macaques – Qifeng Han – Journal of Virology

Techniques
A method for measuring sulfide toxicity in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans – Leonid Livshits – MethodsX

A novel plant-based-sea water culture media for in vitro cultivation and in situ recovery of the halophyte microbiome – Mohamed Y.Saleh – Journal of Advanced Research

Genomes
Whole genome of Klebsiella aerogenes PX01 isolated from San Jacinto River sediment west of Baytown, Texas reveals the presence of multiple antibiotic resistance determinants and mobile genetic elements – Rupa Iyer – Genomics Data

Description of ‘Arabia massiliensis’ gen. nov., sp. nov., ‘Gordonibacter massiliensis’ sp. nov., and ‘Bacilliculturomica massiliensis’ gen. nov., sp. nov., isolated from a faecal specimen of a 50-year-old Saudi Bedouin woman – S.I. Traore – New Microbes and New Infections

Science, publishing, and career
By now, you may have all heard of the Google Engineer fired over his criticism of diversity efforts. The full memo is here. My particular thoughts resonate with the Atlantic article below, because it reminds me of how important science communication is, and how quickly it devolves into black and white:
The Most Common Error in Media Coverage of the Google Memo – Conor Friedersdorf – The Atlantic

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