October 17, 2017

The effects of antimicrobials in household products on the maternal and infant microbiome, water quality of an urban stream network, and using adaptive evolution to improve lager yeast hybrids.

Pregnancy and early life

Household triclosan and triclocarban effects on the infant and maternal microbiome – Jessica V Ribado – EMBO Molecular Medicine

Water and extremophile microbiome

Microbial diversity and iron oxidation at Okuoku-hachikurou Onsen, a Japanese hot spring analog of Precambrian iron formations – L M Ward – Geobiology

Microbial communities and organic biomarkers in a Proterozoic-analog sinkhole – T L Hamilton – Geobiology

Built environment

Urban infrastructure influences dissolved organic matter quality and bacterial metabolism in an urban stream network – Clay P Arango – Freshwater Biology

Food microbiology

Pre-print: Enhanced wort fermentation with de novo lager hybrids adapted to high ethanol environments – Kristoffer Krogerus – bioRxiv

More microbes

Pre-print: Phosphate starvation induces replacement of phospholipids with the betaine lipid diacylglycerol-N,N,N-trimethylhomoserine in the human fungal pathogen Candida albicans – Surabhi Naik – bioRxiv

Microbes in the news

Infections by C.diff bacteria are on the rise and can cause serious problems – Consumer Reports – The Washington Post

Engineered bacteria build microstructures on their own – Michael Torrice – Chemical & Engineering News

Gut fungi might be linked to obesity and inflammatory bowel disorders – Tina Hesman Saey – Science News

Rare bacteria in dead elephant sparks alarm – Siba Mohanty – The New Indian Express

Woman Contracts Rare Bacterial Infection on 12-Hour Flight – Rachael Rettner – Live Science

Microbial Drug Resistant Mutations Found via Novel Genome Screen – Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News

One More Small Piece of the Puzzle on the Role of Gut Micro-organisms in MS – Ana Belo Van Wijk – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Microbes on the market

New Clinical Data and Microbiome Research from Rebiotix’s Phase 2 Program for RBX2660 Highlighted at the World Congress of Gastroenterology at ACG2017 – PR Newswire

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