August 13, 2019

Have a good Tuesday!  Today we have a brief digest, covering papers about Staphylococcus and Skin infections and the gut microbiome and Insomnia disorder, in addition with different studies in mice and a report showing genetic relationships between plants and bacterial community configuration. 

 

Human or General Microbiome

Review: Protective effect of the “food-microorganism-SCFAs” axis on colorectal cancer: from basic research to practical application – Han Shuwen – Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology

Strains of Staphylococcus aureus that Colonize and Infect Skin Harbor Mutations in Metabolic Genes – Karen P. Acker – IScience

Inflamm-aging micrornas may integrate signals from food and gut microbiota by modulating common signalling pathways – Laura Teodori – Mechanisms of Ageing and Development

Gut Microbiota as a Subjective Measurement for Auxiliary Diagnosis of Insomnia Disorder – Bingdong Liu – Frontiers in Microbiology

 

Animal Microbiome

Adhesive Bifidobacterium Induced Changes in Cecal Microbiome Alleviated Constipation in Mice – Linlin Wang – Frontiers in Microbiology

Short-term dietary restriction in old mice rejuvenates the aging-induced structural imbalance of gut microbiota – Ting Zeng – Biogerontology

Species-specific effects of arsenic on the soil collembolan gut microbiota – Yi-Fei Wang – Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety

Fecal metabonomics combined with 16S rRNA gene sequencing to analyze the changes of gut microbiota in rats with kidney-yang deficiency syndrome and the intervention effect of You-gui pill – Ruiqun Chen – Journal of Ethnopharmacology

Age- and diet-specific effects of chronic exposure to chlorpyrifos on hormones, inflammation and gut microbiota in rats – Jin-Wang Li – Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology

High-throughput 16S rRNA gene sequencing reveals that 6-hydroxydopamine affects gut microbial environment – Jin Gyu Choi – PLoS ONE

 

Plant Microbiome

Genome Sequences of a Plant Beneficial Synthetic Bacterial Community Reveal Genetic Features for Successful Plant Colonization – Rafael Soares Correa de Souza – Frontiers in Microbiology

 

Non-Microbiology Picks

Science–graphic art partnerships to increase research impact – Colin K. Khoury – Communications Biology

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