October 18, 2017

Today, several reviews, including a trio of reviews about connections between HIV and microbiome.

Gut microbiome

Gut bacterial communities of diarrheic patients with indications of Clostridioides difficile infection – Dominik Schneider – Scientific Data (NPG)

News and Views: Gastric cancer: The gastric microbiota — bacterial diversity and implications – Manish A. Shah – Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology

Review: The hygiene hypothesis in autoimmunity: the role of pathogens and commensals – Jean-François Bach – Nature Reviews Immunology

The Bacteroidales produce an N-acylated derivative of glycine with both cholesterol-solubilising and hemolytic activity – Alli Lynch – Scientific Reports

Gastric acid suppression promotes alcoholic liver disease by inducing overgrowth of intestinal Enterococcus – Cristina Llorente – Nature Communications

High-Fat Diet Changes Fungal Microbiomes and Interkingdom Relationships in the Murine Gut – Timothy Heisel – mSphere

Review: Gut Microbiota and Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: Insights on Mechanisms and Therapy – Junli Ma – Nutrients (MDPI)

Review article: The gut microbiome in inflammatory bowel disease-avenues for microbial management – J. McIlroy – Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Commentary: Regulation of glucagon-like peptide-1 sensitivity by gut microbiota dysbiosis – Shunsuke Yamane – Journal Of Diabetes Investigation

Low-grade small intestinal bacterial overgrowth is common in patients with non-alcoholic steatohepatitis on quantitative jejunal aspirate culture – UC Ghoshal – Indian Journal of Gastroenterology

 

Reproductive tract microbiome

The microbiota continuum along the female reproductive tract and its relation to uterine-related diseases – Chen Chen – Nature Communication

 

Microbiome in general

The microbiome beyond the horizon of ecological and evolutionary theory – Britt Koskella – Nature Ecology & Evolution

Trios—promising in silico biomarkers for differentiating the effect of disease on the human microbiome network – Zhanshan (Sam) Ma – Scientific Reports

 

Beneficial microbes and molecules

Prebiotic and Synbiotic Modifications of Beta Oxidation and Lipogenic Gene Expression after Experimental Hypercholesterolemia in Rat Liver – Claudia C. Alves – Frontiers in Microbiology

Vildagliptin increases butyrate-producing bacteria in the gut of diabetic rats – Qian Zhang – PLoS ONE

Caprylic and Polygalacturonic Acid Combinations for Eradication of Microbial Organisms Embedded in Biofilm – Joel Rosenblatt – Frontiers in Microbiology

PostScript: Faecal microbiota transplantation donor stools need screening for poliovirus – Peter Gerald Speck – Gut (BMJ)

 

Environmental research

Bacterial and fungal communities respond differently to varying tillage depth in agricultural soils – Craig Anderson – PeerJ

Microbial community diversity patterns are related to physical and chemical differences among temperate lakes near Beaver Island, MI – Miranda H. Hengy – PeerJ

Diversity and Structure of Diazotrophic Communities in Mangrove Rhizosphere, Revealed by High-Throughput Sequencing – Yanying Zhang – Frontiers in Microbiology

 

HIV and microbiome

Review: HIV and aging: role of the microbiome – Seema N. Desai – Current Opinion in HIV & AIDS

Review: The functional consequences of the microbiome in HIV: insights from metabolomic studies – Sergio Serrano-Villar – Current Opinion in HIV & AIDS

Review: Cross-reactivity of HIV vaccine responses and the microbiome – Wilton B Williams – Current Opinion in HIV & AIDS

 

Respiratory tract microbiome

Lung Microbiota is Related to Smoking Status and to Development of ARDS in Critically Ill Trauma Patients – Ariane R Panzer – American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

 

More microbes

Adjacent-possible ecological niche: growth of Lactobacillus species co-cultured with Escherichia coli in a synthetic minimal medium – Kouhei Mizuno – Scientific Reports

 

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