September 27, 2018

This Thursday enjoy reading the first viral metagenomic study of highly impacted surface waters in Latin America, review on new estimates of total global prokaryotic biomass [4-10 times lower than previous estimates, at ~23 to 31 Pg of carbon C] and more virome studies. Happy reading!

Gut virome

Brief Report: Metagenomic analysis of intestinal mucosa revealed a specific eukaryotic gut virome signature in early-diagnosed inflammatory bowel disease – Federica Ungaro – Gut Microbes


Neonatally imprinted stromal cell subsets induce tolerogenic dendritic cells in mesenteric lymph nodes – Joern Pezoldt – Nature Communications

Animal microbiome

Correction: Temporal dynamics of in-situ fiber-adherent bacterial community under ruminal acidotic conditions determined by 16S rRNA gene profiling – Renee M. Petri – PlosOne

The prevalence of brucellosis and bovine tuberculosis in ruminants in Sidi Kacem Province, Morocco – Hind Yahyaoui Azam – PlosOne

Food microbiology

Deciphering intra-species bacterial diversity of meat and seafood spoilage microbiota using gyrB amplicon sequencing: A comparative analysis with 16S rDNA V3-V4 amplicon sequencing – Simon Poirier – PlosOne

Environmental microbiome

Phylogenetically Novel Uncultured Microbial Cells Dominate Earth Microbiomes – Karen G. Lloyd – Applied and Environmental Science

*Review: The biomass and biodiversity of the continental subsurface – Cara Magnabosco – Nature Geoscience

Water microbiome

Rhodoliths holobionts in a changing ocean: host-microbes interactions mediate coralline algae resilience under ocean acidification – Giselle S. Cavalcanti – BMC Genomics

Rapid and stable microbial community assembly in the headwaters of third-order stream – Morgan Elizabeth Teachey – bioRxiv

Water virome

*Quito’s virome: Metagenomic analysis of viral diversity in urban streams of Ecuador’s capital city – Laura Guerrero-Latorre – Science of The Total Environment


Machine Learning for detection of viral sequences in human metagenomic datasets – Zurab Bzhalava – BMC Bioinformatics

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