Good morning from Sweden. It’s a new week and a new month! I hope everyone is doing good and staying healthy during these tough times. Like the tradition, today’s digest opens with COVID 19 related articles. There is an interesting Q&A article that provides a lot of important information. There is an article that focused on the disease progression and recovery from COVID in children and found out that Computerized Tomography (CT) may not be the best tool when it comes to analyzing COVID in children. Apart form COVID 19, there is also some new interesting information from the structure of Type-IV pilus. Elsewhere in the digest is an article on an easy to use toolkit for microbiome analysis and development of a new path-breaking point-of-care system for rapid detection of mycobacteria.
Hope you’ll enjoy and learn something new from today’s digest!
Q&A: The novel coronavirus outbreak causing COVID-19 – Dale Fisher and David Heymann – BMC Medicine
Preprint: Structure-based Design of Prefusion-stabilized SARS-CoV-2 Spikes – Ching-Lin Hsieh, et al.
A single-center, retrospective study of COVID-19 features in children: a descriptive investigation – Huijing Ma, et al. – BMC Medicine
Quantifying the impact of physical distance measures on the transmission of COVID-19 in the UK – Christopher I. Jarvis, et al. – BMC Medicine
Preprint: Microbial strategies for survival in the glass sponge Vazella pourtalesii – Kristina Bayer, et al.
Alterations of gut microbiome accelerate multiple myeloma progression by increasing the relative abundances of nitrogen-recycling bacteria – Xingxing Jian, et al. – Microbiome
Preprint: Oropouche virus glycoprotein topology and cellular requirements for virus-like particle assembly – Natalia da silva barbosa, et al.
Preprint: Competition and Caries on Enamel of a Dual-species Biofilm Model of Streptococcus mutans and Streptococcus sanguinis – Natalia Díaz-Garrido, et al.
Preprint: TsaP binds PilQ and is involved in cyclic di-GMP signaling – Matthew McCallum, et al.
Preprint: SoxS represses flagellar gene expression through RflP in Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium – Srinivas S Thota, et al.
Preprint: Towards Mycobacterium tuberculosis detection at the point-of-care: a brighter solvatochromic probe permits the detection of mycobacteria within minutes – Mireille Kamariza, et al.
Preprint: animalcules: Interactive Microbiome Analytics 1 and Visualization in R – W. Evan Johnson, et al.