February 2, 2020

Have a nice Sunday! Today, in this Digest we have several papers about the relationship between the microbiome and different neurological/psychological conditions, such as ASD, depression or anxiety, or about the microbiome and the inflammatory bowel disease. Enjoy!

 

Human and General Microbiome

Review: Host-microbiota interactions in inflammatory bowel disease – Roberta Caruso – Nature Reviews Immunology 

Review: Considering gut microbiota in treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus – Aneseh Adeshirlarijaney – Gut Microbes

Review: Gut Dysbiosis Dysregulates Central and Systemic Homeostasis via Suboptimal Mitochondrial Function: Assessment, Treatment and Classification Implications – George Anderson – Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry

Book Chapter: Immune-Kynurenine Pathways and the Gut Microbiota-Brain Axis in Anxiety Disorders – Alper Evrensel – Anxiety Disorders 

Book Chapter: Autism and Gut-Brain Axis: Role of Probiotics – Saravana Babu Chidambaram – Personalized Food Intervention and Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder Management

Review: Microbial-Based and Microbial-Targeted Therapies for Inflammatory Bowel Diseases – Akihiko Oka – Digestive Diseases and Sciences

Precision Microbiome Modulation with Discrete Dietary Fiber Structures Directs Short-Chain Fatty Acid Production – Edward C. Deehan – Cell Host and Microbe

Urinary microbiome in uncomplicated and interstitial cystitis: is there any similarity? – Süleyman Yıldırım – World Journal of Urology

The gut microbiota response to helminth infection depends on host sex and genotype – Fei Ling – The ISME Journal 

Metabolism of multiple glycosaminoglycans by Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron is orchestrated by a versatile core genetic locus – Didier Ndeh – Nature Communications

Gestational diabetes and the human salivary microbiota: a longitudinal study during pregnancy and postpartum – Mie K. W. Crusell – BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 

Vaginal dysbiosis associated-bacteria Megasphaera elsdenii and Prevotella timonensis induce immune activation via dendritic cells – Nienke H.van Teijlingen – Journal of Reproductive Immunology

Variability in Skin Microbiota between Smokers, Former Smokers, and Non-Smokers – Katherine G. Thompson – Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology

Microbiota changes and Intestinal Microbiota Transplantation in Liver Diseases and Cirrhosis – Jasmohan S. Bajaj – Journal of Hepatology

Host-Specific Evolutionary and Transmission Dynamics Shape the Functional Diversification of Staphylococcus epidermidis in Human Skin – Wei Zhou – Cell

 

Animal Microbiome and Animal Experiments

Effect of probiotic administration on gut microbiota and depressive behaviors in mice – Quan Feng Liu – DARU Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Deciphering the bifidobacterial population within the canine and feline gut microbiota – Giulia Alessandri – Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Dissecting the factors shaping fish skin microbiomes in a heterogeneous inland water system – Yaron Krotman – Microbiome

Prenatal exposure to glufosinate ammonium disturbs gut microbiome and induces behavioral abnormalities in mice – Tianyu Dong – Journal of Hazardous Materials

High prevalence of Phasi Charoen-like virus from wild-caught Aedes aegypti in Grenada, W.I. as revealed by metagenomic analysis – Maria E. Ramos-Nino – PLoS ONE

Common structuring principles of the Drosophila melanogaster microbiome on a continental scale and between host and substrate – Yun Wang – Environmental Microbiology Reports

Community assembly of the native C. elegans microbiome is influenced by time, substrate, and individual bacterial taxa – Julia Johnke – Environmental Microbiology 

 

Environmental Microbiome

Patterns of local, intercontinental and inter-seasonal variation of soil bacterial and eukaryotic microbial communities – Johan De Gruyter – FEMS Microbiology Ecology

Dynamics and ecological distributions of the Archaea microbiome from inland saline lakes (Monegros Desert, Spain) – Mateu Menéndez-Serra – FEMS Microbiology Ecology

 

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