November 30, 2019

Have a nice weekend! In this Digest, we have a set of reviews about the gut-brain axis, covering associations between microbiota and neurological diseases, as well as a set of reviews about the connection between the microbiome and the immune system. We have also a paper about the microbiome from people living in high-altitude environments, and of course, several papers more. 

 

Human and General Microbiome

Gut microbiota composition in Himalayan and Andean populations and its relationship with diet, lifestyle and adaptation to the high-altitude environment – Andrea Quagliariello – Journal of Anthropological Sciences

Microbiological evidences for gastric cardiac microflora dysbiosis inducing the progression of inflammation – Ruijing Yan – Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Review: Targeting the gut microbiota for the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome – Charles C. Herndon – The Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences

Review: The Gut Microbiome and Treatment-Resistance in Schizophrenia – Mary V. Seeman – Psychiatric Quarterly

Review: The Role of the Gut Microbiota in the Pathogenesis of Parkinson’s Disease – Dongming Yang – Frontiers in Neurology

Editorial: Interactions of the microbiota with the mucosal immune system – Calum C. Bain – Immunology

Review: Understanding immune-microbiota interactions in the intestine – Philip P. Ahern – Immunology

Review: The interaction of intestinal microbiota and innate lymphoid cells in health and disease throughout life – Stephanie C. Ganal‐Vonarburg – Immunology

Review: Immunological mechanisms underpinning faecal microbiota transplantation for the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease – M. N. Quraishi – Clinical and Experimental Immunology

Review: Population Genetics in the Human Microbiome – Nandita R. Garud – Trends in Genetics

Review: Gut Microbiota And The Use Of Probiotics In Constipation In Children And Adolescents: Systematic Review – Daiane Oliveira Vale San Gomes – Revista Paulista de Pediatria

Review: The gut microbiota modulates both browning of white adipose tissue and the activity of brown adipose tissue – José María Moreno-Navarrete – Reviews in Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders

Decoding Microbiome Research for Clinical Psychiatry – Jane A. Foster – The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry

Lactobacillus iners Is Associated with Vaginal Dysbiosis in Healthy Pregnant Women: A Preliminary Study – Nengneng Zheng – BioMed Research International

Human Endometrial Microbiota at Term of Normal Pregnancies – Claudia Leoni – Genes (MDPI)

Helicobacter pylori Infection Aggravates Dysbiosis of Gut Microbiome in Children With Gastritis – Lu Yang – Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology

The Effect of Gut Microbiome Composition on Human Immune Responses: An Exploration of Interference by Helminth Infections – Ivonne Martin – Frontiers in Genetics

Metagenome-wide association study of the alterations in the intestinal microbiome composition of ankylosing spondylitis patients and the effect of traditional and herbal treatment – RunYue Huang – Journal of Medical Microbiology 

Gut Microbiota and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors in Hemodialysis Patients: A Pilot Study – Annabel Biruete – Topics in Clinical Nutrition

Habitual animal fat consumption in shaping gut microbiota and microbial metabolites – Yi Wan – Food and Function

 

Animal Microbiome and Animal Experiments

Division of labor in honey bee gut microbiota for plant polysaccharide digestion – Hao Zheng – PNAS

Exploring interactions between xenobiotics, microbiota, and neurotoxicity in zebrafish – Luísa B. Bertotto – NeuroToxicology

The Skin Microbiota of Eleutherodactylus Frogs: Effects of Host Ecology, Phylogeny, and Local Environment – Liza Garcia-Recinos – Frontiers in Microbiology

The intestinal microbiota of lake anchovy varies according to sex, body size, and local habitat in Taihu Lake, China – Min Jiang – Microbiology Open

Microbial associations and spatial proximity predict North American moose (Alces alces) gastrointestinal community composition – Nicholas M. Fountain‐Jones – Journal of Animal Ecology

Immunodeficiency Promotes Adaptive Alterations of Host Gut Microbiome: An Observational Metagenomic Study in Mice – Shuyu Zheng – Frontiers in Microbiology

Integrative analysis of the gut microbiota and metabolome in rats treated with rice straw biochar by 16S rRNA gene sequencing and LC/MS-based metabolomics – Jie Han – Scientific Reports

Wild specimens of sand fly phlebotomine Lutzomyia evansi, vector of leishmaniasis, show high abundance of Methylobacterium and natural carriage of Wolbachia and Cardinium types in the midgut microbiome – Rafael J. Vivero – Scientific Reports

Ochratoxin A induces liver inflammation: involvement of intestinal microbiota – Wence Wang – Microbiome

Toxicity, Pharmacokinetics, and Gut Microbiome of Oral Administration of Sesterterpene MHO7 Derived from a Marine Fungus – Wei Tian – Marine Drugs

 

Bioinformatics

AMON: annotation of metabolite origins via networks to integrate microbiome and metabolome data –  M. Shaffer – BMC Bioinformatics

Managing batch effects in microbiome data – Yiwen Wang – Briefings in Bioinformatics

Review: Microbiome Multi-Omics Network Analysis: Statistical Considerations, Limitations, and Opportunities – Duo Jiang – Frontiers in Genetics

 

Methods

Exploring the chemical space of the human microbiome – Lei Tang – Nature Methods

 

Other

Microbiome Response to Hot Water Treatment and Potential Synergy With Biological Control on Stored Apples – Birgit Wassermann – Frontiers in Microbiology 

Year in Review: Big data and tiny proteins: shining a light on the dark corners of the gut microbiome – Suzanne Devkota – Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology 

 

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