In today’s digest read about the Darobactin (a new antibiotic that selectively kills Gram-negative pathogens by binding to the BamA protein, located in the external membrane of Gram-negative bacteria), temporal stability of the rumen microbiota, and Gardnerella species (Gardnerella leopoldii, G. swidsinskii, G. piotii, and G. vaginalis) in the vaginal microbiome. And, check out 2019 Holiday Gift Guide For Microbe Lovers. Happy weekend!
*A new antibiotic selectively kills Gram-negative pathogens – Yu Imai – Nature
Read the story behind the paper by Roberto Molar Candanosa, Northeastern University.
Review: The human gut bacteria Christensenellaceae are widespread, heritable, and associated with health – Jillian L. Waters & Ruth E. Ley – BMC Biology
The gut microbiota influences how circulating immune cells in humans change from one day to the next – Jonas Schluter – bioRxiv
*Resolution and Cooccurrence Patterns of Gardnerella leopoldii, G. swidsinskii, G. piotii, and G. vaginalis within the Vaginal Microbiome – Janet E. Hill – Infection and Immunity
Clinical validation of the Aptima Bacterial Vaginosis and Aptima Candida/Trichomonas Vaginitis Assays: results from a prospective multi-center clinical study – Jane R. Schwebke – Journal of Clinical Microbiology
Review: Understanding and interpreting community sequencing measurements of the vaginal microbiome – HL Berman – BJOG : an International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Diversity of endocervical microbiota associated with genital Chlamydia trachomatis infection and infertility among women visiting obstetrics and gynecology clinics in Malaysia – Heng Choon Cheong – PlosOne
Does dysbiotic endometrium affect blastocyst implantation in IVF patients? – Tomoko Hashimoto & Koichi Kyono – Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics
Oral microbial community composition is associated with pancreatic cancer: A case‐control study in Iran – Emily Vogtmann – Cancer Medicine
*Temporal stability of the rumen microbiota in beef cattle, and response to diet and supplements – Timothy J. Snelling – Animal Microbiome
Development of the duodenal, ileal, jejunal and caecal microbiota in chickens – Laura Glendinning – Animal Microbiome
Mammary microbiome of lactating organic dairy cows varies by time, tissue site, and infection status – Tucker Andrews – PlosOne
Inulin improves the egg production performance and affects the cecum microbiota of laying hens – Hongmei Shang – International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
Effects of Debaryomyces hansenii treatment on intestinal mucosa microecology in mice with antibiotic-associated diarrhea – Ao Zeng – PlosOne
Microbe-metabolite associations linked to the rebounding murine gut microbiome post-colonization with vancomycin resistant Enterococcus faecium – Andre Mu – bioRxiv
Hepatitis B Virus Infection Alters Gut Microbiota Composition in Mice – Qingfeng Zhu – Front. Cell. Infect. Microbiol.
Human Gut Microbiome Transplantation in Ileitis Prone Mice: A Tool for the Functional Characterization of the Microbiota in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients – Abigail R Basson – Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
Effects of an Escherichia coli exopolysaccharide on human and mouse gut microbiota in vitro – Baiyuan Li – International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
Ion Transport Basis of Diarrhea in a Mouse Model of Adoptive T Cell Transfer Colitis – Dulari Jayawarden – Digestive Diseases and Sciences
Rewetting of three drained peatlands drives congruent compositional changes in pro- and eukaryotic microbiomes through environmental filtering – Micha Weil – bioRxiv
Phages and viruses
Herpes Simplex Virus Infection, Acyclovir and IVIG Treatment All Independently Cause Gut Dysbiosis – Chandran Ramakrishna – bioRxiv
Gift guide for this holiday season!
by Justine Dees