October 22, 2018

Today’s digest features a novel fecal species [Prevotella rara sp. nov.], the virome in feces from healthy children from three Amerindian villages with minimal outside contact, a review of statistical challenges in the design and analysis of longitudinal microbiome studies, and more. Happy reading!

Gut microbiome

*Prevotella rara sp. nov., isolated from human faeces – Boris A. Efimov – International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology

Six-Week Endurance Exercise Alters Gut Metagenome That Is not Reflected in Systemic Metabolism in Over-weight Women – Eveliina Munukka – Frontiers in Microbiology

Association of serum bilirubin in newborns affected by jaundice with gut microbiota dysbiosis – Shaoming Zhou – The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry

Review: Gut-microbiota-on-a-chip: an enabling field for physiological research – Grissel Trujillo-de Santiago – MicroPhysiological Systems

Review: Microbiome and diabetes: Where are we now? – Natalia G. Vallianou – Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice

Oral microbiome

Review: Biology of Oral Streptococci – Jacqueline Abranches – Microbiology Spectrum

Animal and plant microbiome

Review: How Can We Define “Optimal Microbiota?”: A Comparative Review of Structure and Functions of Microbiota of Animals, Fish, and Plants in Agriculture – Wakako Ikeda-Ohtsubo – Frontiers in Nutrition

Water microbiome

Temperature-controlled thermophilic bacterial communities in hot springs of western Sichuan, China – Jie Tang – BMC Microbiology

In situ production of core and intact bacterial and archaeal tetraether lipids in groundwater – Su Ding – Organic Geochemistry

Phages and viruses

*Complex virome in feces from Amerindian children in isolated Amazonian villages – Juliana D. Siqueira – Nature Communications

Bioinformatics

*Preprint Review: Statistical Considerations in the Design and Analysis of Longitudinal Microbiome Studies – Justin D Silverman – bioRxiv

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