April 30, 2018

 

Articles from the section ‘Techniques’ are my suggested reads for today’s short digest!

General microbiome

Microbial interactions trigger the production of antibiotics – T Netzker – Current Opinion in Microbiology

 

Human nearly-sterile sites (blood, organs, brain)

Preprint: Transcriptome analysis in whole blood reveals increased microbial diversity in schizophrenia – LMO Loohuis – bioRxiv

 

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Effectiveness of bacterial inoculation in alleviation of salinity on water status, mineral content, gas exchange and photosynthetic parameters of Viburnum tinus L. plants – MJ Gómez-Bellot – Scientia Horticulturae

Review: Where are we going with genomics in plant pathogenic bacteria? – J Xu – Genomics

Water and extremophile microbiome 

Preprint: Illuminating microbial metabolic activities in the dark deep ocean with metaproteomics – Z-X Xie – bioRxiv

 

Phages and viruses

Comparison of Staphylococcus Phage K with Close Phage Relatives Commonly Employed in Phage Therapeutics – J Ajuebor – Antibiotics

Techniques

Preprint: DivNet: Estimating diversity in networked communities – AD Willis – bioRxiv

A synthetic bacterial information transfer system functions in the mammalian gut – S Kim – bioRxiv

Microbes in the news

A population that pollutes itself into extinction – NY Times

Why veterinarians say you shouldn’t feed your dog raw meat – Western Mass News

Soil protists: a fertile frontier in biology research – OUP Blog

China Industrial Microbiology market Research Report Released with growth, latest trends & forecasts till 2022 – bitzArena

Global Microbiome Therapeutics Market 2018 | Major Companies, Industry Dynamics and Growth Factors 2025 – The Expert Consulting

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