January 25, 2020

In today’s microbiome digest various interesting aspects of microbiome research has been covered such as 1) a summary report by Marc G. Chevrette on one of my favorite research of the decade – “A metagenomic strategy for harnessing the chemical repertoire of the human microbiome”, 2) Oral administration of hydrogels promoted intestinal barrier function, suppressed the pro-inflammatory mRNA expression, 3) Association of low fiber intake in chronic heart failure, and several other interesting articles! Enjoy reading! Happy Weekend!

General microbiome

From Metagenomes to Molecules: Innovations in Functional Metagenomics Unlock Hidden Chemistry in the Human Microbiome – Marc G. Chevrette – Biochemistry

A systematic review of economic evaluation in fecal microbiota transplantation – Thomas Stalder – Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology

Review: Microbial Contribution to the Human Metabolome: Implications for Health and Disease – William Van Treuren – Annual Review of Pathology

Human gut microbiome

Low fibre intake is associated with gut microbiota alterations in chronic heart failure – Cristiane C.K. Mayerhofer – ESC Heart Fail

Review: Establishing or Exaggerating Causality for the Gut Microbiome: Lessons from Human Microbiota-Associated Rodents – Jens Walter – Cell

Compositional flux within the intestinal microbiota and risk for bloodstream infection with gram-negative bacteria – Igor Stoma – Clinical Infectious Diseases

Comparative Analysis of Gut Microbiota Following Changes in Training Volume Among Swimmers– Jarrad Timothy Hampton-Marcell – International Journal of Sports Medicine

Diversity, compositional and functional differences between gut microbiota of children and adults – Djawad Radjabzadeh – Scientific Reports

Environmental and intrinsic factors shaping gut microbiota composition and diversity and its relation to metabolic health in children and early adolescents: A population-based study – Sofia Moran-Ramos – Gut Microbes

Human skin microbiome

Impact of the early-life skin microbiota on the development of canine atopic dermatitis in a high-risk breed birth cohort– S. Rodriguez-Campos – Scientific Reports

Human respiratory microbiome

The lung microbiota: role in maintaining pulmonary immune homeostasis and its implications in cancer development and therapy – Michele Sommariva – Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences

Lung Microbiota Predict Clinical Outcomes in Critically Ill Patients – Robert P. Dickson – American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

Animal microbiome / Animal experiments

Functional dynamics of bacterial species in the mouse gut microbiome revealed by metagenomic and metatranscriptomic analyses – Youn Wook Chung – PLOS ONE

Effect of Lactobacillus acidophilus D2/CSL (CECT 4529) supplementation in drinking water on chicken crop and caeca microbiome– De Cesare A – PLOSE ONE

Differential effects of synthetic psychoactive cathinones and amphetamine stimulants on the gut microbiome in mice – Angoa-Pérez M – PLOSE ONE

Modulation of inflammatory response and gut microbiota in ankylosing spondylitis mouse model by bioactive peptide IQW – Gang Liu – Journal of Applied Microbiology

Effect of cereal soaking and carbohydrase supplementation on growth, nutrient digestibility and intestinal microbiota in liquid-fed grow-finishing pigs – Alberto Torres-Pitarch – Scientific Reports

Anesthesia and surgery induce age-dependent changes in behaviors and microbiota – Ning Liufu – Aging

Amyloid–Polyphenol Hybrid Nanofilaments Mitigate Colitis and Regulate Gut Microbial Dysbiosis – Bing Hu – ACS Nano

Clostridium butyricum Modulates the Microbiome to Protect Intestinal Barrier Function in Mice with Antibiotic-Induced Dysbiosis – Mao Hagihara – iScience

Microbes in news

Can our microbiome accurately identify diseases … and predict death?

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