July 27, 2019

Have a nice weekend! Today, in this Digest, it is worth to remark a study in mice showing the impact of microbiome composition on muscle loss, in addition to a paper presenting the new version of QIIME, one of the most utilized microbiome analysis software available. 

 

Human and General Microbiome

Pearls: Microbiome evolution during host aging – Francisco Daniel Davila Aleman – PLOS Pathogens

Review: The structure and function of the human small intestinal microbiota: Current understanding and future directions – Arthur J. Kastl, Jr – Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Review: The impact of tumor and gut microbiotas on cancer therapy; Beneficial or detrimental? – Yalda Hekmatshoar – Life Sciences 

Review: Gut Microbiota in Phytopharmacology: A Comprehensive Overview Of Concepts, Reciprocal Interactions, Biotransformations And Mode Of Actions – Priyankar Dey – Pharmacological Research

Review: The role of the skin microbiota in acne pathophysiology – S. Ramasamy – British Journal of Dermatology

Review: Study Insights into Gastrointestinal Cancer through the Gut Microbiota – Fanli Kong – BioMed Research International

Review: Contribution of Aging, Obesity, and Microbiota on Tumor Immunotherapy Efficacy and Toxicity – Regina E. M. Baiden-Amissah – International Journal in Molecular Sciences

TARgeting the cutaneous microbiota in atopic dermatitis by coal tar via AHR-dependent induction of antimicrobial peptides – Jos P.H. Smits – Journal of Investigative Dermatology

The Gut Microbiota in Collagenous Colitis Shares Characteristics With Inflammatory Bowel Disease-Associated Dysbiosis – Adam Carstens – Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology

Changes in oral microbial profiles associated with oral squamous cell carcinoma vs leukoplakia – Kengo Hashimoto – Journal of Investigative and Clinical Dentistry

Probiotics modulate the gut microbiota composition and immune responses in patients with atopic dermatitis: a pilot study – Zhifeng Fang – European Journal of Nutrition

Role of Bile Acids in Dysbiosis and Treatment of Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease –  – Caihua Wang – Mediators of Inflammation

Rectal Swabs from Critically Ill Patients Provide Discordant Representations of the Gut  Microbiome Compared to Stool Samples – Katherine Fair – mSphere 

Measurement of gut microbial metabolites in cardiometabolic health and translational research – Wei‐Kai Wu – Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry

 

Animal Microbiome and Animal Experiments

The gut microbiota influences skeletal muscle mass and function in mice – Shawon Lahiri – Science Translational Science

Intestinal Clostridium species lower host susceptibility to enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli O157:H7 infection – Yukako Koyanagi – Pathogens and Disease

Preparation and characterization of selenium enriched-Bifidobacterium longum DD98, and its repairing effects on antibiotic-induced intestinal dysbacteriosis in mice – Hui Zhu – Food and Function 

The Ruminal Microbiome and Metabolome Alterations Associated with Diet-Induced Milk Fat Depression in Dairy Cows – Hongbo Zeng – Metabolites

 

Water Microbiome

Insights into the antibiotic resistance dissemination in a wastewater effluent microbiome:  bacteria, viruses and vesicles matter – Lucia Maestre‐Carballa – Environmental Microbiology

 

Built Environment Microbiome

Identification of city specific important bacterial signature for the MetaSUB CAMDA challenge microbiome data – Alejandro R. Walker – Biology Direct 

 

Plant Microbiome

Genome Evolution and Host Microbiome Shifts Correspond with Intraspecific Niche Divergence within Harmful Algal Bloom-Forming Microcystis aeruginosa – Sara L. Jackrel – Molecular Ecology

Novel insights into plant-associated archaea and their functioning in arugula (Eruca sativa Mill.) – Julian Taffner – Journal of Advanced Research

Seeds of native alpine plants host unique microbial communities embedded in cross-kingdom networks – Birgit Wassermann – Microbiome

 

Bioinformatics

Reproducible, interactive, scalable and extensible microbiome data science using QIIME 2 – Evan Bolyen – Nature Biotechnology

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