July 27, 2018

Diversity and stability of the oyster microbiota, earthworm gut bacteria contribute to silicon acquisition by maize, metabolic function and composition of the gut microbiota regulated by IgA, a review on engineering live biotherapeutics.

General microbiome

Review: Synthetic Biology and Engineered Live Biotherapeutics: Toward Increasing System Complexity – Tanel Ozdemir – Cell Systems

Pre-print: Fungal chromatin mapping identifies BasR, as the regulatory node of bacteria-induced fungal secondary metabolism – Juliane Fischer – bioRxiv

Multi-site human microbiome

Review: The Gut Microbiome as a Major Regulator of the Gut-Skin Axis – Iman Salem – Frontiers in Microbiology

Human respiratory microbiome

Identifying aerosolized cyanobacteria in the human respiratory tract: A proposed mechanism for cyanotoxin-associated diseases – Dominic N Facciponte – Science of the Total Environment

Human skin microbiome

Minor taxa in human skin microbiome contribute to the personal identification – Hikaru Watanabe – PLOS ONE

Animal experiments

Intestinal Microbiota Disruption Reduces Regulatory T Cells and Increases Respiratory Viral Infection Mortality Through Increased IFNγ Production – Mitchell H Grayson – Frontiers in Immunology

IgA regulates the composition and metabolic function of gut microbiota by promoting symbiosis between bacteria – Akira Nakajima – Journal of Experimental Medicine

Animal microbiome

Fecal bacterial communities from Mediterranean loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) – Elena Biagi – Environmental Microbiology Reports

Pre-print: Diversity and stability of microbiota are key factors associated to healthy and diseased Crassostrea gigas oysters – Camille Clerissi – bioRxiv

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Earthworm gut bacteria increase silicon bioavailability and acquisition by maize – Lin Hu – Soil Biology and Biochemistry

Digging mammals contribute to rhizosphere fungal community composition and seedling growth – Shannon J Dundas – Biodiversity and Conservation

Soil amendment alters soil physicochemical properties and bacterial community structure of a replanted apple orchard – Bowen Liang – Microbiological Research

Water and extremophile microbiome

Microbiome functioning depends on individual and interactive effects of the environment and community structure – Chloé Orland – The ISME Journal

Microbes in space

Pre-print: Water quality and microbial load: a double-threshold identification procedure intended for space applications – Stefano Amalfitano – bioRxiv

Food microbiology

A low FODMAP diet is associated with changes in the microbiota and reduction in breath hydrogen but not colonic volume in healthy subjects – Tim J Sloan – PLOS ONE

Profiling white wine seed vinegar bacterial diversity through viable counting, metagenomic sequencing and PCR-DGGE – Vesna Milanović – International Journal of Food Microbiology

Probiotics/prebiotics

Review: Adipose tissue inflammation and metabolic syndrome. The proactive role of probiotics – Sebastian Torres – European Journal of Nutrition

Techniques

Recognizing the reagent microbiome – Marcus C de Goffau – Nature Microbiology

More microbes

Metabolically engineered Corynebacterium glutamicum for bio-based production of chemicals, fuels, materials, and healthcare products – Judith Becker – Metabolic Engineering

Pre-print: A dual motif mediates outer-membrane translocation and packing of glycosidases into Bacteroides Outer Membrane Vesicles – Ezequiel Valguarnera – bioRxiv

The outer membrane is an essential load-bearing element in Gram-negative bacteria – Enrique R Rojas – Nature

Microbes in the news

Viruses cooperate to defeat bacteria – Aude Bernheim – Nature

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