August 25, 2017

Highlight of the day goes to Anna Karenina principle on microbiomes by J.R. Zaneveld as a Perspective in Nature Microbiology: “When healthy our microbiomes look alike, but when stressed each one of us has our own microbial snowflake”.

Events and jobs

Food Microbiology Microscopist II, EMSL Analytical, Inc. ,Cinnaminson, NJ 

Research Associate, University of Bristol – School of Biochemistry

General microbiome

Perspectives: Stress and stability: applying the Anna Karenina principle to animal microbiomes – Jesse R. Zaneveld – Nature Microbiology

Sugar metabolism of the first thermophilic Planctomycetes Thermogutta terrifontis: comparative genomic and transcriptomic approache – Alexander Elcheninov – bioRxiv

Horizontally Acquired Genes Are Often Shared between Closely Related Bacterial Species – Evgeni Bolotin –  Frontiers in Microbiology

Pregnancy and early life

Early gut mycobiota and mother-offspring transfer – Kasper Schei -Microbiome

Oral Microbiology

Genetic influences on the human oral microbiome – Brittany A. Demmitt – BMC Genomics

 

Human gut microbiome

Beyond gut feelings: how the gut microbiota regulates blood pressure – Francine Z. Marques – Nature Reviews Cardiology

Animal microbiome 

Upper and lower respiratory tract microbiota in horses: bacterial communities associated with health and mild asthma (inflammatory airway disease) and effects of dexamethasone – Stephanie L. Bond – BMC Microbiology

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Transient exposure to oxygen or nitrate reveals ecophysiology of fermentative and sulfate-reducing benthic microbial populations – Zainab Abdulrahman Beiruti – Environmental Microbiology

Water and extremophile microbiome

Prey range and genome evolution of Halobacteriovorax marinus predatory bacteria from an estuary – Brett G. Enos – bioRxiv

Genomic insights into potential interdependencies in microbial hydrocarbon and nutrient cycling in hydrothermal sediments – Nina Dombrowski –  Microbiome

Prey range and genome evolution of Halobacteriovorax marinus predatory bacteria from an estuary – Brett G. Enos – bioRxiv

Bacteria-induced mixing in natural waters – T. Sommer – Geophysical Research Letters

Food microbiology

Unraveling the correlation between microbiota succession and metabolite changes in traditional Shanxi aged vinegar – Zhiqiang Nie – Scientific Reports

Microbes in the news

Space travel microbes turn urine into polymers

Is The Secret To A Healthier Microbiome Hidden In The Hadza Diet?

IBM: Your Computer Can Help Scientists Study Connection Between Body Bacteria and Autoimmune Diseases

 

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