July 20, 2018

Happy Friday! Today’s digest includes the bacterial diversity of bat guano, cyanobacterial blooms in oil-contaminated sediments, and the shrimp gut microbiome. Also, an NPR interview with astrophysicist Adam Frank about how to be a savvy consumer of science news.

Pregnancy and early life

Maternal peripartum antibiotic exposure and the risk of postpartum depression – Jordan R. Murphy – Research in Nursing and Health

Review: Breast milk, formula, the microbiome and overweight – Elisabetta Mueller – Nature Reviews Endocrinology

Human vaginal microbiome

Evaluating the potential of residual Pap test fluid as a resource for the metaproteomic analysis of the cervical-vaginal microbiome – Somaieh Afiuni-Zadeh – Scientific Reports

Human gut microbiome

Review: The Gut Microbiota and Healthy Aging: A Mini-Review – Sangkyu Kim – Gerontology

Animal experiments

Western diet feeding influences gut microbiota profiles in apoE knockout mice – Baoning Liu – Lipids in Health and Disease

Animal microbiome

Bacterial diversity of bat guano from Cabalyorisa Cave, Mabini, Pangasinan, Philippines: A first report on the metagenome of Philippine bat guano – Marian P. De Leon – PLoS One

Disease outbreak accompanies the dispersive structure of shrimp gut bacterial community with a simple core microbiota – Zhiyuan Yao – AMB Express

In ovo microbial communities: a potential mechanism for the initial acquisition of gut microbiota among oviparous birds and lizards – Brian K. Trevelline – Biology Letters

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Plant diversity and density predict belowground diversity and function in an early successional alpine ecosystem – Dorota L. Porazinska – Ecology

Water and extremophile microbiome

Cyanobacterial blooms in oil-contaminated subtidal sediments revealed by integrated approaches – Cuixiao Xie – Environmental Microbiology Reports

ddPCR applied on archived Continuous Plankton Recorder samples reveals long-term occurrence of class 1 integrons and a sulphonamide resistance gene in marine plankton communities – Andrea Di Cesare – Environmental Microbiology Reports

Structure of Microbial Communities of the Sediments of Alkaline Transbaikalia Lakes with Different Salinity – S. V. Zaitseva – Microbiology

Diversity of Heterotrophic Halophilic Bacteria Isolated from Coastal Solar Salterns, Bulgaria and Their Ability to Synthesize Bioactive Molecules with Biotechnological Impact – I. Boyadzhieva – Microbiology

Diversity of Prokaryotes in Planktonic Communities of Saline Sol-Iletsk lakes (Orenburg Oblast, Russia) – E. A. Selivanova – Microbiology

Pre-Print: Genetic evidence for two carbon fixation pathways in symbiotic and free-living bacteria: The Calvin-Benson-Bassham cycle and the reverse tricarboxylic acid cycle – Maxim Rubin Blum – BioRxiv

Science, publishing, and career

Track the fate of postdocs to help the next generation of scientists – Nature

How To Be A Savvy Consumer Of Science News – NPR’s All Things Considered

Non-microbiology picks

Jupiter has 10 more moons we didn’t know about — and they’re weird – Nature

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