May 25, 2018

Microbes and climate change, molecules from the microbiota and the gut-brain axis, C. albicans respiration changes lead to differences in macrophage recognition.

Animal experiments

The Gut Microbiota Mediates the Anti-Seizure Effects of the Ketogenic Diet – Christine A Olson – Cell

Microbial signals drive pre-leukaemic myeloproliferation in a Tet2-deficient host – Marlies Meisel – Nature

Pre-print: Temporal changes in gut microbiota and signaling molecules of the gut-brain axis in mice fed meat protein diets – Yunting Jie – bioRxiv

Water and extremophile microbiome

Detection and Genetic Characterization of Bacteria of the Genus Pseudomonas from Microbial Communities of Lake Baikal – N L Bel’kova – Russian Journal of Genetics

More microbes

Review: Microbial Function on Climate Change – A Review – Endeshaw Abatenh – Environment Pollution and Climate Change

Pre-print: Inhibition of classical and alternative modes of respiration in C. albicans leads to cell wall remodelling and increased macrophage recognition – Lucian Duvenage – bioRxiv

Microbes in the news

How gut microbes are joining the fight against cancer – Giorgia Guglielmi – Nature

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