November 5, 2019

Today, in this brief digest:  microbiome and metabolic signatures in IBS, the influence of US immigration on antimicrobial resistance gene spreading, the importance of microbiota delivery, the potential role of the microbiome in head and neck cancer oncogenesis, and more other papers. Have a nice day!


Human or General Microbiome

The internationalization of human microbiome research – Ana Maria Porras – Current Opinion in Microbiology 

Identification of Gut Microbiota and Metabolites Signature in Patients With Irritable Bowel Syndrome – Shengtao Zhu – Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology 

Incidence of Bloodstream Infections, Length of Hospital Stay, and Survival in Patients With Recurrent Clostridioides difficile Infection Treated With Fecal Microbiota Transplantation or Antibiotics: A Prospective Cohort Study – Gianluca Ianiro – Annals of Internal Medicine

Delivery to the gut microbiota: A rapidly proliferating research field – Adi Seifert – Advances in Colloid and Interface Science

Potential role of microbiome in oncogenesis, outcome prediction and therapeutic targeting for head and neck cancer – Ester Orlandi – Oral Oncology

Alterations in Oral Microbiota in HIV are Related to Decreased Pulmonary Function – Libing Yang – American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

Impact of delivery mode-associated gut microbiota dynamics on health in the first year of life – Marta Reyman – Nature Communication

Periodontopathogenic microbiota, infectious mechanisms and preterm birth: analysis with structural equations (cohort-BRISA) – Elisa Miranda Costa – Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics

Guidelines for Transparency on Gut Microbiome Studies in Essential and Experimental Hypertension – Francine Z. Marques – Hypertension

US immigration is associated with rapid and persistent acquisition of antibiotic resistance genes in the gut – Quentin Le Bastard – Clinical Infectious Diseases


Beneficial compounds and microbes

Changes in stool frequency following chicory inulin consumption, and effects on stool consistency, quality of life and composition of gut microbiota – Anthony W. Watson – Food Hydrocolloids

Prophages in Lactobacillus reuteri are associated with fitness trade-offs but can increase competitiveness in the gut ecosystem – Jee-Hwan Oh – Applied and Environmental Microbiology


Animal Microbiome / Animal Experiments

Effect of Metformin on Short-Term High-Fat Diet-Induced Weight Gain and Anxiety-Like Behavior and the Gut Microbiota – Shuqin Ji – Frontiers in Endocrinology 

Both gut microbiota and cytokines act to atherosclerosis in ApoE-/- mice – Qiuxia Liu – Microbial Pathogenesis 

The Effect of Clostridium butyricum on Gut Microbiota, Immune Response and Intestinal Barrier Function During the Development of Necrotic Enteritis in Chickens – Ting Huang – Frontiers in Microbiology

Lactic Acid Treatment of Cereals and Dietary Phytase Modified Fecal Microbiome Composition Without Affecting Expression of Virulence Factor Genes in Growing Pigs – Jutamat Klinsoda – Frontiers in Microbiology

Spatial and temporal axes impact ecology of the gut microbiome in juvenile European lobster (Homarus gammarus) – Corey C. Holt – The ISME Journal 

An antibiotic depleted microbiome drives severe Campylobacter jejuni-mediated Type 1/17 colitis, Type 2 autoimmunity and neurologic sequelae in a mouse model – Phillip T. Brooks – Journal of Neuroimmunology


Environmental Microbiome

Exploration of the antibiotic resistome in a wastewater treatment plant by a nine-year longitudinal metagenomic study – Xiaole Yin – Environment International



Embracing Ambiguity in the Taxonomic Classification of Microbiome Sequencing Data – Nidhi Shah – Frontiers in Genetics

Fueling ab initio folding with marine metagenomics enables structure and function predictions of new protein families – Yan Wang – Genome Biology



Microbiota Analysis Using Two-step PCR and Next-generation 16S rRNA Gene Sequencing – Shailesh K. Shahi – JoVE

Optimizing microbiome sequencing for small intestinal aspirates: validation of novel techniques through the REIMAGINE study – Gabriela Guimaraes Sousa Leite – BMC Microbiology

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