January 24, 2020

Have a nice weekend! Today in this Digest, we have several papers about different interventions, microbes, and compounds with positive properties. And, of course, more papers. Enjoy.

 

Human and General Microbiome

Review: The microbiota and the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenocortical (HPA) axis, implications for anxiety and stress disorders – Linoy Mia Frankiensztajn – Current Opinion in Neurobiology

Review: The Role of Meat Protein in Generation of Oxidative Stress and Pathophysiology of Metabolic Syndromes – Muhammad Ijaz Ahmad – Food Science of Animal Resources

Identifying determinants of bacterial fitness in a model of human gut microbial succession – Lihui Feng – PNAS

Reduced environmental bacterial load during early development and gut colonisation has detrimental health consequences in Japanese quail. – Ngare Wilkinson  – Heliyon

Review: Immunological Role of the Maternal Uterine Microbiome in Pregnancy: Pregnancies Pathologies and Alterated Microbiota – Jonah Bardos – Frontiers in Immunology

Association between the faecal short-chain fatty acid propionate and infant sleep – Anne-Louise M. Heath – European Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Prenatal dietary supplements influence the infant airway microbiota in a randomized factorial clinical trial – Mathis H. Hjelmsø – Nature Communications 

Physical fitness in community-dwelling older adults is linked to dietary intake, gut microbiota, and metabolomic signatures – Josué L. Castro‐Mejía – Aging Cell

Temporal Gut Microbial Changes Predict Recurrent Clostridiodes Difficile Infection in Patients With and Without Ulcerative Colitis – Allen A Lee – Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

Impacts of the Plateau Environment on the Gut Microbiota and Blood Clinical Indexes in Han and Tibetan Individuals – Zhilong Jia – mSystems

Intestinal microbes influence development of thymic lymphocytes in early life – Maria Ennamorati – PNAS

The cervicovaginal mucus barrier to HIV-1 is diminished in bacterial vaginosis – Thuy Hoang – PLoS Pathogens

Establishing high-accuracy biomarkers for colorectal cancer by comparing fecal microbiomes in patients with healthy families – Jian Yang – Beneficial Microbes

Characteristic gut microbiota and predicted metabolic functions in women with PCOS – Ling Zhou – Endocrine Connections 

Obese adolescents with PCOS have altered biodiversity and relative abundance in gastrointestinal microbiota – Beza Jobira – The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism

Association between blood omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and the gut microbiota among breast cancer survivors – A. Horigome – Beneficial Microbes

Editorial: Processed food affects the gut microbiota: The revolution has started – Michael A Kamm – Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Commentary: mSphere of Influence: the Mycobiota in Human Health and Disease – Soo Chan Lee – mSphere

 

Animal Microbiota and Animal Model experiments

Letter: TCF-1 deficiency influences the composition of intestinal microbiota and enhances susceptibility to colonic inflammation – Guotao Yu – Protein & Cell 

Single-cell genomics of uncultured bacteria reveals dietary fiber responders in the mouse gut microbiota – Rieka Chijiiwa – Microbiome

Antidepressant treatment with fluoxetine during pregnancy and lactation modulates the gut microbiome and metabolome in a rat model relevant to depression – Anouschka S Ramsteijn – Gut Microbes

 

Beneficial Microbes and Compounds

Review: Fecal microbiota transplantation in disease therapy – Hanna Antushevich – Clinica Chimica Acta

Review: Microbiota and alcohol use disorder: are psychobiotics a novel therapeutic strategy? – Alicia Rodriguez-Gonzalez – Current Pharmaceutical Design

Mining possible associations of faecal A. muciniphila colonisation patterns with host adiposity and cardiometabolic markers in an adult population – E.K. Mitsou – Beneficial Microbes

Probiotics maintain intestinal secretory immunoglobulin A levels in healthy formula-fed infants: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study – L. Xiao – Beneficial Microbes

Effect of rice bran fermented with Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Lactobacillus plantarum on gut microbiome of mice fed high-sucrose diet – J. Shibayama – Beneficial Microbes

Inulin with different degrees of polymerization protects against diet-induced endotoxemia and inflammation in association with gut microbiota regulation in mice – Li-Li Li – Scientific Reports

Understanding the Scope of Do-It-Yourself Fecal Microbiota Transplant – Chiazotam Ekekezie – The American Journal of Gastroenterology

Milk Fermented by Lactobacillus paracasei NCC 2461 (ST11) Modulates the Immune Response and Microbiota to Exert its Protective Effects Against Salmonella typhimurium Infection in Mice – Leonardo Borges Acurcio – Probiotics and Antimicrobial Proteins 

Recovery of Lactobacillus casei strain Shirota (LcS) from faeces of healthy Singapore adults after intake of fermented milk – W.W.T. Khine – Beneficial Microbes

Seabuckthorn (Hippophaë rhamnoides) Freeze-Dried Powder Protects against High-Fat Diet-Induced Obesity, Lipid Metabolism Disorders by Modulating the Gut Microbiota of Mice – Caixia Guo – Nutrients

Chitooligosaccharides Modulate Glucose-Lipid Metabolism by Suppressing SMYD3 Pathways and Regulating Gut Microflora – Qiutong Wang – Marine Drugs

Lactobacillus and Pediococcus ameliorate progression of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease through modulation of the gut microbiome – Na Young Lee – Gut Microbes

Review: Antimicrobials for food and feed; a bacteriocin perspective – Paula M O’Connor – Current Opinion in Biotechnology

 

Bioinformatics

Transfer index, NetUniFrac and some useful shortest path-based distances for community analysis in sequence similarity networks – Henry Xing – Bioinformatics

MICOM: Metagenome-Scale Modeling To Infer Metabolic Interactions in the Gut Microbiota – Christian Diener – mSystems

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s