July 4, 2020

Greetings from Santiago, Chile! Today in this Digest, we have studies about the influence of alcohol use disorder on the microbiota, several papers about the influence of different compounds (from allicin to DAV132, a colon-targeted antibiotic adsorbent) on the microbiota. Today we have several papers about different models of plant- or soil- associated microbiomes, and a couple of papers from studies with SIV infection models. Have a nice weekend!

Human and General Microbiome

Longitudinal gut microbiome changes in alcohol use disorder are influenced by abstinence and drinking quantity – Nancy Ames et al., Gut Microbes

Comparative evaluation of peptidome and microbiota in different types of saliva samples – Ce Zhu et al.,Annals of Translational Medicine

Preprint: Microbial control over host diet selection – Brian K Trevelline and Kevin D Kohl – BioRxiv

Functional Compounds and the Microbiome

Hemolysin BL from novel Bacillus toyonensis BV-17 induces antitumor activity both in vitro and in vivo – Jiajia Chen et al., Gut Microbes

Modeling the effect of DAV132, a novel colon-targeted adsorbent, on fecal concentrations of moxifloxacin and gut microbiota diversity in healthy volunteers – Jinju Guk et al.,Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics

Allicin-induced host-gut microbe interactions improves energy homeostasisChuanhai Zhang et al., – The FASEB Journal

Evidence of Microbiome-Drug Interactions between the Antimalarial Lumefantrine and Gut Microbiota in Mice – Matthew M. Ippolito et al., The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

Contrasting effects of viscous and particulate fibers on colonic fermentation in vitro and in vivo, and their impact on intestinal water studied by MRI in a randomized trial – David Gunn et al., The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Animal Microbiome / Animal Models

A theoretic approach to the mode of gut microbiome translocation in SIV-infected Asian macaques – Wendy Li and Zhanshan (Sam) Ma – FEMS Microbiology Ecology

Impact of Initial Feeding and Molting on Tachypleus tridentatus Gut Microbiota – Fengze Miao et al.,Current Microbiology 

Osmotic stress induces gut microbiota community shift in fish – Keng Po Lai et al.,Environmental Microbiology

The Gut-Eye Axis: Lessons Learned from Murine Models – Jason L. Floyd & Maria B. Grant – Ophthalmology and Therapy 

The colonic mucosa-associated microbiome in SIV infection: shift towards Bacteroidetes coincides with mucosal CD4+ T cell depletion and enterocyte damage – Kristina Allers et al., Scientific Reports  

Plant or Soil Microbiomes

Re-Analysis of 16S Amplicon Sequencing Data Reveals Soil Microbial Population Shifts in Rice Fields under Drought Condition – Seok-Won Jang et al,Rice 

Integrated network modeling approach defines key metabolic responses of soil microbiomes to perturbations – Ryan S. McClure et al., Scientific Reports 

Potential microbial bioindicators of phosphorus mining in a temperate deciduous forest – Laura M. Mason et al.,Journal of Applied Microbiology

Phylogenetic signals and predictability in plant-soil feedbacks – Elizabeth M. Wandrag et al.,New Phytologist

Genomics / Bioinformatics

The compact genome of Giardia muris reveals important steps in the evolution of intestinal protozoan parasites – Feifei Xu et al.,Microbial Genomics 

LEMMI: A continuous benchmarking platform for metagenomics classifiers – Mathieu Seppey et al.,Genome Research

Other papers

Preprint: Metagenome-assembled genomes from Monte Cristo Cave (Diamantina, Brazil) reveal prokaryotic lineages as functional models for life on Mars – Amanda G Bendia et al., BioRxiv 

Preprint: Exploring metal resistance genes and mechanisms in copper enriched metal ore metagenome – Esmaeil Forouzan Sr. et al., BioRxiv

SARS-CoV-2 Preprints

Preprint: Alpha-1 antitrypsin inhibits SARS-CoV-2 infection – Lukas Wettstein et al.,BioRxiv

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