August 29, 2017

A short list to digest today toward the end of the month.

Multi-site human microbiome

Microbial Lineages in Sarcoidosis: A Metagenomic Analysis Tailored for Low Microbial Content Samples – Clarke EL – American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

Human oral microbiome

Smoking May Lead to Marginal Bone Loss around Non-submerged Implant during Bone Healing by Altering Salivary Microbiome: A Prospective Study – Xiaobo Duan – Journal of Periodontology

Human skin microbiome

The mammalian skin microbiome – Ross, Ashley Anne – UWSpace

Human vaginal microbiome

Association between statin use, the vaginal microbiome, and Gardnerella vaginalis vaginolysin-mediated cytotoxicity – Abdelmaksoud AA – PLoS One

The cervico-vaginale microbiota in chlamydia trachomtais notified women: a case–control study at the sexually transmitted infection outpatient clinic in Amsterdam – Charlotte van der Veer – Virus Evolution

Human gut microbiome

Targeting the gut microbiota by dietary nutrients: a new avenue for human health – Li D – Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition

Animal experiments

Moderate Exercise Has Limited but Distinguishable Effects on the Mouse Microbiome – Lamoureux EV – mSystems

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

The Effects of Low Concentrations of Silver Nanoparticles on Wheat Growth, Seed Quality, and Soil Microbial Communities – Guangfu Liu – Water, Air, & Soil Pollution

Water and extremophile microbiome (sea, rivers, lakes, glaciers, permafrost, high-salt)

Microbiome Dynamics in a Shrimp Grow-out Pond with Possible Outbreak of Acute Hepatopancreatic Necrosis Disease – Wei-Yu Chen – Nature Scientific Reports 7

Microbes in the news

Science Is Showing How Gut Bacteria Affect The Brain, But Don’t Bother Taking Probiotics Yet – David DiSalvo – Forbes

Over 80% of airborne bacteria identical in Seoul, Beijing: report – Kim Da-sol – The Korea Herald

Ed’s non-microbiology picks 

Spontaneous fine-tuning to environment in many-species chemical reaction networks – Jordan M. Horowitz – PNAS

Bee-derived antibacterial peptide, defensin-1, promotes wound re-epithelialisation in vitro and in vivo – Marcela Bucekova – Nature Scientific Reports 7

Family Planning Funding Cuts and Teen Childbearing – Analisa Packham – Miami University

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