January 23, 2019

Today’s digest is about the distinct microbial networks within disturbed gut microbiome, multifaceted roles of Staphylococcus epidermidis in skin physiology, and high-throughput cultivation techniques. Happy reading!

Urinary microbiome

Review: The Microbiome and Genitourinary Cancer: A Collaborative Review – Mark C. Markowski – European Urology

Gut microbiome

*Microbial network disturbances in relapsing refractory Crohn’s disease – Bahtiyar Yilmaz – Nature Medicine

Alteration in gut microbiota associated with hepatitis B and non-hepatitis virus related hepatocellular carcinoma – Qisha Liu – Gut Pathogens

Human gut microbes are susceptible to antimicrobial food additives in vitro – Lucia Hrncirova – Folia Microbiologica

Taxonomic and functional composition of the small intestinal microbiome in neonatal calves provide a framework for understanding early life gut health – Nilusha Malmuthuge – Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Skin microbiome

*Microbial guardians of skin health – Apollo Stacy and Yasmine Belkaid – Science

Water microbiome

Comparison of microbial communities in the sediments and water columns of frozen cryoconite holes in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica – Pacifica Sommers – Frontiers in Microbiology

Plant/root/soil microbiome

Invasive plant species identity affects soil microbial communities in a mesocosm experiment – Anna M. Stefanowicz – Applied Soil Ecology

Techniques

*High throughput cultivation-based screening on porous aluminum oxide chips allows targeted isolation of antibiotic resistant human gut bacteria – Dennis Versluis – PlosOne

*Cultivation-success of rare soil bacteria is not influenced by incubation time and growth medium – Viola Kurm – PlosOne

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