June 3, 2019

Good Morning! Highlights from Monday’s digest include understanding the evolution of the E. coli chemosensory machinery from an ancient form with a stress response pathway function, curriculum design and evaluation tool for developing bioinformatics competencies and strain-dependent induction of gastric dysbiosis and gastric cancers investigated in the animal model, Mongolian gerbil.

General microbiology

Repurposing a macromolecular machine: Architecture and evolution of the F7 chemosensory system – Ortega et al. – BioRxiv

Microbiome science

** Perspectives – Moving Microbiome Science from the Bench to the Bedside: a Physician-Scientist Perspective – Surana – mSystems

Training in bioinformatics

The Mastery Rubric for Bioinformatics: supporting design and evaluation of career-spanning education and training – Tractenberg et al. – BioRxiv

Human gut microbiome

Mucin O-glycans facilitate symbiosynthesis to maintain gut immune homeostasis – Yamada et al. – BioRxiv

Animal experiments

Modification of the Gastric Mucosal Microbiota by a Strain-Specific Helicobacter pylori Oncoprotein and Carcinogenic Histologic Phenotype – Noto et al. – mBio

Metformin and DPP-4 Inhibitor Differentially Modulate the Intestinal Microbiota and Plasma Metabolome of Metabolically Dysfunctional Mice – Ryan et al. – Canadian Journal of Diabetes

Plant, root and soil microbiome

Changes in soil taxonomic and functional diversity resulting from gamma irradiation – Ogwu et al. – Scientific Reports

Chestnuts bred for blight resistance depart nursery with distinct fungal rhizobiomes – Reazin et al. – Mycorrhiza

Potential links between wood‐inhabiting and soil fungal communities: Evidence from high‐throughput sequencing – Purahong et al. – MicrobiologyOpen

Phages and Viruses

** Review – Viroids-First—A Model for Life on Earth, Mars and Exoplanets – Moelling et al. – Geosciences

Metagenomic exploration of viral diversity and virus-host interactions in a deep freshwater lake – Okazaki et al. – BioRxiv

Tecniques

Triplicate PCR reactions for 16S rRNA gene amplicon sequencing are unnecessary – Marotz et al. – BioTechniques

Microbes in the news

Gut Bacteria Linked To Autism Symptoms, Mice Study Shows – Carlos – Tech Times

Autism Mouse Models for the Microbiome? – Lowe – Science Translational Medicine

Microbes on the market

Global Microbiome Therapeutics Market Report Forecast by Development, Trends, and Forecast (2019 – 2024) – The Scripps Voice

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