January 21, 2018

A light reading for Sunday!
Events and jobs

Professor (Chairperson), Department of Microbiology and Immunology (MIC) – The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences – Bethesda, Maryland

Postdoc in Intestinal Microbiology and Ecology – The National Food Institute (DTU Food) – Denmark

SCIENCE INQUIRY LECTURE: “FLYING” BACTERIA AS POTENTIAL RAINMAKERS – APRIL 18, 2018; 7:00PM – 8:30PM – HAGER AUDITORIUM, Montana 

General microbiome

Review: Bacterial RNA Biology on a Genome Scale – Jens Hör  – Molecular Cell

Multi-site human microbiome

Epigenetics, microbiota, and intraocular inflammation: New paradigms of immune regulation in the eye – Xiaofeng Wen – Progress in Retinal and Eye Research

Human skin microbiome

The role of fatty acids and their endocannabinoid-like derivatives in the molecular regulation of appetite – Renger F. Witkamp – Molecular Aspects of Medicine

Non-classical Immunity Controls Microbiota Impact on Skin Immunity and Tissue Repair – Jonathan L. Linehan – Cell

Propionibacterium acnes Strains Differentially Regulate the Fate of Th17 Responses in the Skin – Emmanuel Contassot – Journal of Investigative Dermatology

Human gut microbiome

P038 FECAL MICROBIOTA TRANSPLANT (FMT) FOR IMMUNO-CHECKPOINT INHIBITOR-INDUCED COLITIS (ICI-C) IN A 50 YEAR OLD FEMALE WITH BLADDER CANCER – Yinghong Wang – Gastroenterology

P110 STEROID-RESISTANCE AND STEROID-DEPENDENCE IN INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE CAN BE LINKED WITH GUT MICROBIOTA COMPOSITION CHANGES – Natalia Danilova – Gastroenterology

P069 LOW FAT DIET IMPROVES QUALITY OF LIFE AND CHANGES THE MICROBIOME IN A CATERED, CROSS-OVER DESIGN INTERVENTION OF UC PATIENTS WITH QUIESCENT DISEASE: RESULTS OF A PILOT STUDY – Matthew C. Phillips  – Gastroenterology

Animal experiments 

The family Coriobacteriaceae is a potential contributor to the beneficial effects of Roux-en-Y gastric bypass on type 2 diabetes – Haijun Liu – Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases

P039 FECAL MIRNAS SHAPE THE INTESTINAL MICROBIOTA – Emilie Viennois – Gastroenterology

P125 TLR4 ACTIVATION UPREGULATES EXPRESSION OF OXIDATIVE ENZYMES: IMPLICATIONS FOR INTESTINAL TUMORIGENESIS AND LUMINAL MICROBIOTA – Juan F. Burgueno – Gastroenterology

Effect of live yeast supplementation on gastric ecosystem in horses fed a high-starch diet – Samy Julliand – Livestock Science

The symbiont Lactobacillus plantarum causes intestinal pathogenesis in adult Drosophila. – David Fast – bioRxiv

Plant, root and soil microbiome

Distinct responses of soil bacterial and fungal communities to changes in fertilization regime and crop rotation – Chao Ai – Geoderma

Microbial degradation of poly(ε-caprolactone) in a coastal environment – Miwa Suzuki – Polymer Degradation and Stability

Shifts in prokaryotic communities under forest and grassland within a tropical mosaic landscape – Sergio E. Morales – Applied Soil Ecology

Food microbiology

Polyphasic identification of Penicillia and Aspergilli isolated from Italian grana cheese – Simone Decontardi – Food Microbiology

Phages and viruses

Bacteriophages as modulator for the human gut microbiota: Release from dairy food systems and survival in a dynamic human gastrointestinal model – Meike Samtlebe – LWT

Techniques

Metagenomic analysis uncovers strong relationship between periodontal pathogens and vascular dysfunction in American Indian population – Prathik K Vijay Kumar – bioRxiv

P168 WHERE WILL FECAL MICROBIOTA TRANSPLANTATION FIT IN THE TREATMENT ALGORITHMS FOR CROHN’S DISEASE AND ULCERATIVE COLITIS: A SYNTHESIS OF COMPLETED, ONGOING AND FUTURE TRIALS – Yiran Song – Gastroenterology

Microbes in the news

The Prehistoric Bacteria That Helped Create Our Cells Billions of Years Ago – Mental Floss

IIT Delhi develops a novel platform to test drug sensitivity in bacteria – The Hindu

Scientists Unlock Key Information About the World’s Soil Microbes – Yale Environment 360

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