December 8, 2019

Today’s microbiome digest includes several interesting reviews and perspectives mainly focusing on the role of human microbiome in allergic diseases, pancreatic health, aging, Cognitive Impairment, and IBS. Enjoy Saturday with the latest microbiome feed.

General microbiome

Mini review: Th9 cells in allergic diseases: a role for the microbiota?– Isabella Badolati – Scandavian of Immunology

Perspective: Microbiota in pancreatic health and disease: the next frontier in microbiome research – Ryan M. Thomas – Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology

Review: Advancing functional and translational microbiome research using meta-omics approaches – Xu Zhang – Microbiome

Human microbiome

Perspective: The Unexplored World of Human Virome, Mycobiome, and Archaeome in Aging – Oscar Salvador Barrera-Vázquez – The Journals of Gerontology

Review: The Gut Microbiome as a Therapeutic Target for Cognitive Impairment – Yi Sun – The Journals of Gerontology

Relationship between the gut microbiome and energy/nutrient intake in a confined bioregenerative life support system (BLSS) – Juanjuan Chen – Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Brief report: Changes in gut microbial metagenomic pathways associated with clinical outcomes after the elimination of malabsorbed sugars in an IBS cohort – A. Mack – Gut microbes

Microbiota modification in hematology: still at the bench or ready for the bedside? – Christopher J. Severyn – Hematology Am Soc Hematol Educ Program

Gut microbial β-glucuronidases reactivate estrogens as components of the estrobolome that reactivate estrogens– Samantha M. Ervin – Journal of Biological Chemistry

The role of gut microbiota for the activity of medicinal plants traditionally used in the European Union for gastrointestinal disorders – Timo A.Thumann – Journal of Ethnopharmacology

Review: Berry polyphenols metabolism and impact on human gut microbiota and health– Laura Lavefve – Food and Function

Association of suboptimal health status with intestinal microbiota in Chinese youths – Qi Sun – Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine

Animal microbiome / Animal experiments

Dominant and Subordinate Relationship Formed by Repeated Social Encounters Alters Gut Microbiota in Greater Long-Tailed Hamsters – Jidong Zhao – Microbial Ecology

Cattle intestinal microbiota shifts following Escherichia coli O157:H7 vaccination and colonizationtravel – Raies A. Mir – PLOS ONE

Characterization of the cecal microbiome composition of Wenchang chickens before and after fattening – Zhen Tan – PLOS ONE

Plant microbiome

Resource Announcement: Bacteriome and Mycobiome in Nicotiana tabacum Fields Affected by Black Shank Disease – Xiaoyulong Chen – Plant disease

Characterization and discrimination of microbial community and co‐occurrence patterns in fresh and strong flavor style flue‐cured tobacco leaves – Qianying Zhang – Microbiology Open

Microbiome news

MaaT Pharma Announces the Presentation of Positive Data with Its Lead Microbiome Biotherapeutic in Intestinal-Predominant Acute Graft-versus-Host-Disease at the ASH 2019 Annual Meeting

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