Good morning everyone!
Today’s digest is kind of diverse (as always), with great papers about women microbiome, sardines gut microbiome, a great review about soil aggregates and, corals microbiomes and much more. Be sure to read the first paper right down here- The Conceptual Ecology of the Human Microbiome. Have a great weekend!
**From June 2019, but a must-read nonetheless: The Conceptual Ecology of the Human Microbiome, Morar and Bohannan, Q. R. Biology
Interaction between the nasal microbiota and S. pneumoniae in the context of live-attenuated influenza vaccine, Wouter A. A. de Steenhuijsen Piters, Nature Communications
Microbiota supplementation with Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus modifies the preterm infant gut microbiota and metabolome, Cristina Alcon-Giner, bioRxiv
Contribution of gut microbiota to metabolism of dietary glycine betaine in mice and in vitro colonic fermentation, Ville M. Koistinen, Microbiome
Coral bacterial community structure responds to environmental change in a host-specific manner, Maren Ziegler, Nature Communications
**Mini-review: Soil Aggregate Microbial Communities: Towards Understanding Microbiome Interactions at Biologically Relevant Scales, Regina L. Wilpiszeski , AEM
Engineered root bacteria release plant-available phosphate from phytate, Christine N. Shulse, AEM
Diversity and Characterization of Oomycetes Associated with Corn Seedlings in Michigan, J. A. Rojas, Phytobiomes
Diverse, abundant and novel viruses infecting “unculturable” but abundant marine bacteria, Zefeng Zhang, bioRxiv
Microbiome in the news