January 9, 2019

Today’s digest is about the CRISPR tools for diverse bacteria, urinary microbiome associated with bladder cancer and OMeta, a data-driven metadata tracking system. Happy reading!

Gut microbiome

*Enabling genetic analysis of diverse bacteria with Mobile-CRISPRi – Jason M. Peters – Nature Microbiology

Urinary microbiome

*Review: The Urinary Microbiome: Implications in Bladder Cancer Pathogenesis and Therapeutics – Petar Bajic – Urology

Animal experiments

High-fat diet causes psychiatric disorders in mice by increasing Proteobacteria population – Mi-Young Jeong – Neuroscience Letters

Animal microbiome

Canine endometrial and vaginal microbiomes reveal distinct and complex ecosystems – Candace C. Lyman – PlosOne

Probiotic characterization of Lactobacillus isolates from canine faeces – Maria Magdalena Coman – Journal of Applied Microbiology

Water microbiome

Deciphering of microbial community and antibiotic resistance genes in activated sludge reactors under high selective pressure of different antibiotics – Renxin Zhao – Water Research

Desiccation events change the microbial response to gradients of wastewater effluent pollution – Ferran Romeroa – Water Research

Characteristics of pipe corrosion scales in untreated water distribution system and effect on water quality in Peshawar, Pakistan – Dilawar Farhan Shams – Environmental Science and Pollution Research

Plant/root/soil microbiome

Microbial phyto-power systems – A sustainable integration of phytoremediation and microbial fuel cells – Beenish Saba – Bioelectrochemistry

A Plant‐Growth Promoting Bacterium Alters the Microbial Community of Continuous Cropping Poplar Trees Rhizosphere – Junkang Sui – Journal of Applied Microbiology

Bioinformatics

*OMeta: an ontology-based, data-driven metadata tracking system – Indresh Singh – BMC Bioinformatics

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