August 22, 2019

Today’s Digest includes several papers on antimicrobial resistance, which is what we should be thinking about all the time. Other highlights include nanoparticle delivered medicine for colitis, and how ants compartmentalize microbiomes. Enjoy reading!

Event

Call for papers: Microbiome in human physiological function – Microbial Cell Factories

General microbiology

Species matter for predicting the functioning of evolving microbial communities – An eco-evolutionary model – Timothy G. Barraclough – PLoS One

Antimicrobial resistance

The impact and mechanism of quaternary ammonium compounds on the transmission of antibiotic resistance genes – Yue Han et al. – Environmental Science and Pollution Research

Characterizing the soil microbiome and quantifying antibiotic resistance gene dynamics in agricultural soil following swine CAFO manure application – Edward Lopatto et al. – PLoS One

Antibiotic resistant bacteria and commensal fungi are common and conserved in the mosquito microbiome – Josephine Hyde et al. – PLoS One

Advanced neonatal medicine in China: Is newborn ward capacity associated with inpatient antibiotic usage? – Yi Ge et al. – PLoS One

Preprint: Resident microbial communities inhibit growth and antibiotic resistance evolution of Escherichia coli in human gut microbiome samples – Michael Baumgartner et al. – bioRxiv

Human gut microbiome

** Hyaluronic acid–bilirubin nanomedicine for targeted modulation of dysregulated intestinal barrier, microbiome and immune responses in colitis – Yonghyun Lee et al. – Nature Materials

Press: Nanoparticle relieved symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease in mice – Phys.org

Genetic risk for autoimmunity is associated with distinct changes in the human gut microbiome – Jordan T. Russell et al. – Nature Communications

Preprint: In vitro modeling: Evidence for a multi-level trophic organization of the human gut microbiome – Tong Wang et al. – bioRxiv

Animal microbiome

Relationships between feeding and microbial faeces indices in dairy cows at different milk yield levels – Stephanie Meyer et al. – PLoS One

** Azteca ants maintain unique microbiomes across functionally distinct nest chambers – Jane M. Lucas et al. – Proceedings of the Royal Society B

Press: For at Least One Species, Ant Nurseries Are Cleaner Than Human Ones – Matt Shipman – NC State University

Unveiled feather microcosm: feather microbiota of passerine birds is closely associated with host species identity and bacteriocin-producing bacteria – Veronika Gvoždíková Javůrková et al. – The ISME Journal

Variability in snake skin microbial assemblages across spatial scales and disease states – Donald M. Walker et al. – The ISME Journal

Food microbiome

Faecalibacterium diversity in dairy cow milk – Keith W. Savin et al. – PLoS One

Plant, root and soil microbiome

Microbial succession on decomposing root litter in a drought-prone Scots pine forest – Claude Herzog et al. – The ISME Journal

Water and extremophile microbiome

Active subseafloor microbial communities from Mariana back-arc venting fluids share metabolic strategies across different thermal niches and taxa – Elizabeth Trembath-Reichert, David A. Butterfield & Julie A. Huber – The ISME Journal

Phages and viruses

Cryptic inoviruses revealed as pervasive in bacteria and archaea across Earth’s biomes – Simon Roux et al. – Nature Microbiology

Sources of Airborne Norovirus in Hospital Outbreaks – Malin Alsved et al. – Clinical Infectious Diseases

Viral taxonomy derived from evolutionary genome relationships – Tyler J. Dougan & Stephen R. Quake – PLoS One

Microbes in the news

Type 1 diabetes: Genetic risk reflected in gut microbiome – Ana Sandoiu – Medical News Today

10 Things Viome’s Gut Test Can Reveal About Your Gut Microbiome – Yahoo! Finance

Stanford Team Uses Imputation Approach to Uncover Thousands of New Microbiome Proteins – Neil Versel – Genome Web

Broccoli Is Dying. Corn Is Toxic. Long Live Microbiomes! – Louise Elizabeth Maher-Johnson & Ayana Elizabeth Johnson – Scientific American

A mother’s microbes may be a signifier of her child’s future health, researchers say – Michael Eisenstein – Medical Xpress

Pharmacomicrobiomic Study Shows Significant Gut Bacteria Role in Drug Metabolism and Exposure – Kristiana A. Avad & Kirk E. Hevener – Contagion Live

3 Reasons Eliminating Grains May Be Harmful For Gut Health – Jason Wachob – Mind Body Green

Levofloxacin Prophylaxis Least Disruptive to Gut Microbiome in Patients With Hematologic Malignancy – Sweta Gupta – Infectious Disease Advisor

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