September 26, 2018

Today’s mid-week short digest includes articles on integrating human genetics and the gut microbiome to find potent risk factors in cardiovascular disease; comparison of bariatric surgery techniques on the gut microbiota; transmission of antibiotic resistance genes from mothers to infants and importance of breastfeeding. News updates on growth prediction of human microbiome based diagnostics and first rapid test to determine Bifidobacteria in infant gut!

Human gut microbiome

Individual variations in cardiovascular-disease-related protein levels are driven by genetics and gut microbiome – Daria V. Zhernakova – Nature Genetics

Maternal gut and breast milk microbiota affect infant gut antibiotic resistome and mobile genetic elements – Katariina Pärnänen – Nature Communications

Multidrug-resistant Gram-negative bacteria from patients, hospital environment and healthcare workers: a six-month cross-sectional study – Aline Fernanda Rodrigues Sereia – bioRxiv

Microbiota stability in healthy individuals after single-dose lactulose challenge – a randomized controlled study – Sandra Y Wotzkas – bioRxiv

Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass profoundly changes gut microbiota compared to laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy: a metagenomic comparative analysis – William Farin – bioRxiv

Subgingival microbiome of rheumatoid arthritis patients in relation to their disease status and periodontal health – Kathrin Beyer – PlosOne

Profiling of microorganism-binding serum antibody specificities in professional athletes – Rajna Minić – PlosOne

Animal experiments

Human Breast-Milk Feeding Enhances the Humoral and Cell-Mediated Immune Response in Neonatal Piglets – John J Miklavcic – The Journal of Nutrition

Glyphosate perturbs the gut microbiota of honey bees – Erick V. S. Motta – PNAS

Water and extremophile microbiome 

Microbiome profiling in extremely acidic soils affected by hydrothermal fluids: the case of Solfatara Crater (Campi Flegrei, southern Italy) – Crognale Simona – Fems Microbiology Ecology

Techniques

The Smallest Intestine (TSI) – a low volume in vitro model of the small intestine with increased throughput – T Cieplak – FEMS microbiology Letters

Microbes in the news

First-Ever Rapid Response Test for Levels of Bifidobacterium in Baby’s Gut Microbiome – Microbiome Times

Human Microbiome Market will Likely to expanding at a CAGR of 9.8% during the forecast period from 2018 to 2026 – Business Analyst

Puppies spread antibiotic-resistant infections to 118 people, CDC reports – CBS News

Non-microbiology picks

The best of intentions: Prenatal breastfeeding intentions and infant health – Kerri M. Raissian – SSM Population Health

 

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