June 6, 2018

 

Today’s highlights: Microbes on aging flue-cured tobaccos, impact of gut microbes on neurological disease, gut microbiome of non-human microbiome, diet simplification selects for high gut microbial diversity.

General microbiome

Species Diversity and Functional Prediction of Surface Bacterial Communities on Aging Flue-Cured Tobaccos – F Wang – Current Microbiology

Oxygen restriction induces a viable but non-culturable population in bacteria – LA Kvich – bioRxiv

Human respiratory microbiome

Airway Microbiota Is Associated with Up-Regulation of the PI3K Pathway in Lung Cancer – J-C J Tsay – American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

Human skin microbiome

Role of anaerobes in polymicrobial communities and biofilms complicating diabetic foot ulcers – SL Percival – International Wound Journal

Human gut microbiome

Impact of gut microbiota on neurological diseases: Diet composition and novel treatments – A L-Garcia – Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition

Composition and richness of the serum microbiome differ by age and link to systemic inflammation – TW Buford – GeroScience

Animal microbiome 

Review: The gut microbiome of nonhuman primates: Lessons in ecology and evolution – JB Clayton – American Journal of Primatology

Culture-based analysis of Pristionchus-associated microbiota from beetles and figs for studying nematode-bacterial interactions – N Akduman – PLoS One

Diet simplification selects for high gut microbial diversity and strong fermenting ability in high-altitude pikas – H Li – Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Rhizospheric bacterial isolates of grass pea (Lathyrus sativus L.) endowed with multiple plant growth promoting traits – A Mussa – Journal of Applied Microbiology

Diversity of culturable methylotrophic bacteria in different genotypes of groundnut and their potential for plant growth promotion – R. Krishnamoorthy – 3 Biotech

Environmental factors shaping the diversity of bacterial communities that promote rice production – Z Wu – BMC Microbiology

Water and extremophile microbiome 

Basin-scale seasonal changes in marine free-living bacterioplankton community in the Ofunato Bay – MS Reza – Gene

Decay of sewage-associated bacterial communities in fresh and marine environmental waters and sediment – W Ahmed – Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology

 

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