May 2, 2019

In today’s digest read about variations in milk and infant fecal microbiome (Ethiopia, Gambia, USA, Ghana, Kenya, Peru, Spain, and Sweden), the microbiome, metabolome, and lipidome of obese and non-obese horses (USA), and Bacteroides fragilis adaptive evolution (Western countries and China). Happy reading!

Pregnancy and birth

*What’s normal? Microbiomes in human milk and infant feces are related to each other but vary geographically: the INSPIRE study – Kimberly A. Lackey – Frontiers in Nutrition

Progesterone Increases Bifidobacterium Relative Abundance during Late Pregnancy – Meital Nuriel-Ohayon – Cell Reports

Gut microbiome

Neonatal Vitamin A Supplementation and Vitamin A Status Are Associated with Gut Microbiome Composition in Bangladeshi Infants in Early Infancy and at 2 Years of Age – M Nazmul Huda – The Journal of nutrition

Fungi form interkingdom microbial communities in the primordial human gut that develop with gestational age – Kent A. Willis – bioRxiv

*Adaptive Evolution within Gut Microbiomes of Healthy People – Shijie Zhao – Cell Host & Microbe

Small intestinal microbial dysbiosis underlies symptoms associated with functional gastrointestinal disorders – George B. Saffouri – Nature Communications

Oral microbiome

Review: The Role of Exopolysaccharides in Oral Biofilms – C. Cugini – Journal of Dental Research

Human Salivary Amylase Gene Copy Number Impacts Oral and Gut Microbiomes – Angela C. Poole – Cell Host & Microbe

Animal microbiome

*Comparison of the microbiome, metabolome, and lipidome of obese and non-obese horses – Michelle C. Coleman – PlosOne

Utilizing the fecal microbiota to understand foal gut transitions from birth to weaning – Ubaldo De La Torre – PlosOne

Microbiome characterization of poultry products based on the poultry part and production label – Sang In Lee – FEMS Microbiology Letters

Metagenomic analysis of isolation methods of a targeted microbe, Campylobacter jejuni, from chicken feces with high microbial contamination – Junhyung Kim – Microbiome

Invited review: Advances and challenges in application of feedomics to improve dairy cow production and health – H.Z.Sun – Journal of Dairy Science

Characterization of pig saliva as the major natural habitat of Streptococcus suis by analyzing oral, fecal, vaginal, and environmental microbiota – Kazunori Murase – PlosOne

Insight into the microbial world of Bemisia tabaci cryptic species complex and its relationships with its host – Hua-Ling Wang – Scientific Reports

Water and extremophile microbiome

The Plastisphere – Uncovering tightly attached plastic “specific” microorganisms – Inga Vanessa Kirstein – PlosOne

The cooling tower water microbiota: Seasonal dynamics and co-occurrence of bacterial and protist phylotypes – Han-Fei Tsao – Water Research

Modular Assembly of Polysaccharide-Degrading Marine Microbial Communities – Tim N.Enke – Current Biology

Impact of a river flood on marine water quality and planktonic microbial communities – Annamaria Zoppini – Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science

Microbial ecological processes in MBBR biofilms for biological phosphorus removal from wastewater – Knut Rudi – Water Science & Technology

Highly diverse fungal communities in carbon-rich aquifers of two contrasting lakes in Northeast Germany – Anita Perkins – bioRxiv

Plant/root/soil microbiome

The rice leaf microbiome has a conserved community structure controlled by complex host-microbe interactions – Veronica Roman-Reyna – bioRxiv

Spatial vs. temporal controls over soil fungal community similarity at continental and global scales – Colin Averil – The ISME Journal

Metabolomics Reveal that Engineered Nanomaterial Exposure in Soil Alters Both Soil Rhizosphere Metabolite Profiles and Maize Metabolic Pathways – Lijuan Zhao – Environmental Science: Nano

High-throughput sequencing reveals the diversity and community structure of rhizosphere fungi of Ferula Sinkiangensis at different soil depths – Tao Zhang – Scientific Reports

Microplastics can change soil properties and affect plant performance – Anderson Abel de Souza Machado – Environmental Science and Technology

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