February 14, 2019

If you are feeling butterflies in your stomach today, it might not be a gut microbiome imbalance – you might’ve caught the love bug! Happy Valentines Day!  Today’s digest features some human gut/FMT studies, a few animal gut biome studies and a couple probiotic publications.  Enjoy!

General microbiome

The next step towards anticancer microbiota therapeutics – Ursula Hofer – Nature Reviews [letter]

Expanding diversity of the human microbiome – Andrea Du Toit – Nature Reviews [in brief]

FMT in the clinic – Ashley York – Nature Reviews [research highlight]

Human respiratory microbiome

Nasopharyngeal Microbiota in Children With Invasive Pneumococcal Disease: Identification of Bacteria With Potential Disease-Promoting and Protective Effects – Anny Camelo-Castillo – Frontiers in Microbiology

Human gut microbiome

Correction: 16S rRNA gene sequencing and healthy reference ranges for 28 clinically relevant microbial taxa from the human gut microbiome – Daniel E. Almonacid – PLoS One

[pre -print] The Human Nickel Microbiome and its relationship to Allergy and Overweight in Women – Elena Angela Lusi – bioRxiv

The Relationship between Platelet Count and Host Gut Microbiota: A Population-Based Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study – Hee-Yong Yoon – Journal of Clinical Medicine

Data-driven multiple-level analysis of gut-microbiome-immune-joint interactions in rheumatoid arthritis – QuanQiu Wang – BMC Genomics

Metaproteomics reveals persistent and phylum-redundant metabolic functional stability in adult human gut microbiomes of Crohn’s remission patients despite temporal variations in microbial taxa, genomes, and proteomes – J. Alfredo Blakeley-Ruiz – BMC Microbiome

Role of the Gut Microbiome in Autism Spectrum Disorders – Joby Pulikkan – Reviews on Biomarker Studies in Psychiatric and Neurodegenerative Disorders

Faecal microbiota transplantation in Australia: bogged down in regulatory uncertainty – Samuel P. Costello – Internal Medicine Journal

Animal experiments

Characterization of oral microbiota in marmosets: Feasibility of using the marmoset as a human oral disease model – Sachiko Takehara – PLoS One

The Effect of Multispecies Probiotic Supplementation on Iron Status in Rats – Katazyna Skrypnik – Biological Trace Element Research

Microbial Diversity and Organic Acid Production of Guinea Pig Faecal Samples – Susakul Palakawong Na Ayudthaya – Current Microbiology

Animal microbiome

A Diverse Microbial Community Supports Larval Development and Survivorship of the Asian Tiger Mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) – Nicholas V Travanty – Journal of Medical Entomology

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Belowground biota responses to maize biochar addition to the soil of a Mediterranean vineyard – Pilar Andrés – Science of The Total Environment

A metagenomic survey of soil microbial communities along a rehabilitation chronosequence after iron ore mining – Markus Gastauer – Scientific Data

Probiotics / prebiotics

Infant Complementary Feeding of Prebiotics for the Microbiome and Immunity – Starin McKeen – Nutrients

Techniques

Axiom Microbiome Array, the next generation microarray for high-throughput pathogen and microbiome analysis – James B. Thissen – PLoS One

Microbes in the news

Tube pollution: Could bacteria create clean air on the London Underground?

Ed’s non-microbiology picks

Adjunctive vitamin D in tuberculosis treatment: meta-analysis of individual participant data – David A. Jolliffe – European Respiratory Journal

Physical activity protects against depression

Want Healthier Eating Habits? Start with a workout

GMO Cassava Can Provide Iron, Zinc To Malnourished African Children

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