May 4, 2018

Today we have many interesting news and many papers in “Plant, root, and soil microbiome” section. Enjoy your friday read!

General microbiome

Uncovering the drivers of host-associated microbiota with joint species distribution modeling – Johannes R. Björk – bioRxiv

Competence Inhibition by the XrpA Peptide Encoded Within the comX Gene of Streptococcus mutans – Justin Kaspar – bioRxiv

Microbiota and metabolic diseases – Alessia Pascale – Endocrine

Human respiratory microbiome

The Gut-Lung Axis and Pulmonary Responses to Ozone – Judith A Voynow – American Journal of Respiratory and Molecular Biology

 

Human skin microbiome

Microbial host interactions and impaired wound healing in mice and humans: defining a role for BD14 and NOD2 – Helen Williams – Journal of Investigative Dermatology

Human nearly-sterile sites

The Role of Microbiota in Retinal Disease – Sheldon Rowan – Retinal Degenerative Diseases

Human gut microbiome

Immune Cells and Microbiota Response to Iron Starvation – Marcello Chieppa – Frontiers in Medicine / Gastroenterology

The Role of the Gut Microbiome in Colorectal Cancer – Grace Y. Chen – Clinics in Colon and Rectal Surgery

Enterococcus faecalis AHG0090 is a Genetically Tractable Bacterium and Produces a Secreted Peptidic Bioactive that Suppresses Nuclear Factor Kappa B Activation in Human Gut Epithelial Cells – Páraic Ó Cuív – Frontiers in Immunology /  Microbial Immunology

Animal experiments

Core gut microbiota in Jinhua pigs and its correlation with strain, farm and weaning age – Hua Yang – Journal of Microbiology

Animal microbiome 

Gut microbiomes of wild great apes fluctuate seasonally in response to diet – Allison L. Hicks – Nature Communications

Stochastic processes govern bacterial communities from the blood of pikas and from their arthropod vectors – Huan Li – FEMS Microbiology Ecology

An in vitro evaluation of browser and grazer fermentation efficiency and microbiota using European moose spring and summer foods – Sophie J. Krizsan – Ecology & Evolution

The effect of gut microbiota elimination in Drosophila melanogaster: A how-to guide for host–microbiota studies – Chloe Heys  – Ecology & Evolution

Urea hydrolysis by gut bacteria in a hibernating frog: evidence for urea-nitrogen recycling in Amphibia – James M. Wiebler – Proceedings of the Royal Society B

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Highly diverse endophytes in roots of Cycas bifida (Cycadaceae), an ancient but endangered gymnosperm – Ying Zheng – Journal of Microbiology

Soil metabarcoding identifies season indicators and differentiators of pig and Agrostis/Festuca spp. decomposition – Ayodeji O.Olakanye – Forensic Science International

Modulation of plant chemistry by beneficial root microbiota – Desalegn W. Etalo  –  Natural Product Reports

Highly diverse endophytes in roots of Cycas bifida (Cycadaceae), an ancient but endangered gymnosperm – Ying Zheng – Journal of Microbiology

A global atlas of the dominant bacteria found in soil – Manuel Delgado-Baquerizo – Science

Variations of Bacterial Community Diversity Within the Rhizosphere of Three Phylogenetically Related Perennial Shrub Plant Species Across Environmental Gradients – Xiaofan Na –  Frontiers in Microbiology

Combined effects of phosphate-solubilizing bacterium XMT-5 (Rhizobium sp.) and submerged macrophyte Ceratophyllum demersum on phosphorus release in eutrophic lake sediments – Haifeng Li – Environmental Science and Pollution Research

Successful phytoremediation of crude-oil contaminated soil at an oil exploration and production company by plants-bacterial synergism – Kaneez Fatima – International Journal of Phytoremediation

Alginate-perlite encapsulated Pseudomonas putida A (ATCC 12633) cells: preparation, characterization and potential use as plant inoculants – Andrés S. Liffourrena – Journal of Biotechnology

Variations of Bacterial Community Diversity Within the Rhizosphere of Three Phylogenetically Related Perennial Shrub Plant Species Across Environmental Gradients – Xiaofan Na – Frontiers in Microbiology / Terrestrial Microbiology

Water and extremophile microbiome 

Conductive Particles Enable Syntrophic Acetate Oxidation between Geobacter and Methanosarcina from Coastal Sediments – Amelia-Elena Rotaru – mBio

Mind the gut: genomic insights to population divergence and gut microbial composition of two marine keystone species – Katharina Fietz – BMC Microbiome

Enhanced degradation of phenol in floating treatment wetlands by plant-bacterial synergism – Hamna Saleem – International Journal of Phytoremediation

Bacterial community diversity in a full scale biofilter treating wastewater odor – M. J. Allievi – Water Science & Technology

Food microbiology

Sausage fermentation and starter cultures in the era of molecular biology methods – Irene Franciosa – International Journal of Food Microbiology

Contribution of the novel sulfur-producing adjunct Lactobacillus nodensis to flavor development in Gouda cheese – Elaine O’Brien – Journal of Dairy Science

Probiotics / prebiotics

Probiotics drive gut microbiome triggering emotional brain signatures – Deepika Bagga – Gut Microbiome

Phages and viruses

Reactivation of latent HIV-1 in vitro using an alcoholic extract from Euphorbia umbellata (Euphorbiaceae) latex – Ana L Valadao – bioRxiv

Mycobacteria recycle their peptidoglycan via a novel pathway which influences antimicrobial resistance and limits proliferation in macrophages – Patrick J. Moynihan – bioRxiv

Biotechnology

Microbiological aspects of thermophile pretreatment of activated sludge inhibiting electricity generation of microbial fuel cell – Yang-Guo Zhao – Water Science & Technology

Methane-yielding microbial communities processing lactate-rich substrates: a piece of the anaerobic digestion puzzle – Anna Detman – BMC Biotechnology for Biofuels

Microbes in the news 

Researchers find a gene that lets bacteria kill all male flies

Targeting Gut Bacteria to Reduce Disease

Applying live bacteria to skin improves eczema

Walnuts impact gut microbiome and improve health

By wrapping itself in antibodies, this bacterium may become a stable, beneficial part of the gut

A healthy digestive system is all you need in life

 

 

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