August 26, 2020

Shalom from Israel! Today’s digest has some great review papers, as well as research articles focusing on citures disease, vaginal microbiome, gut virome and some cool bioinformatic tools.

Also, check out this great event for the soil microbilogists out there: Non-academic Careers in Soil Ecology: a virtual career panel, hosted by MSU.

Enjoy your summer holiday if you managed to get one and as always- find yourself the time to rest and re-energize.

General

**review: Compartmentalization drives the evolution of symbiotic cooperation, Guillaume Chomicki, Phil. Tran. B

Marine microbiomoe

Assessing the strength and sensitivity of the core microbiota approach on a highly diverse sponge reef, Carmen Astudillo-Garica , Env. Micro.

Plant microbiome

Cooperation, Competition, and Specialized Metabolism in a Simplified Root Nodule Microbiome, Bridget L. Hansen , mBio

Stable isotope informed genome-resolved metagenomics uncovers potential trophic interactions in rhizosphere soil, Evan P. Starr, bioRxiv

Disease-Induced Microbial Shifts in Citrus Indicate Microbiome-Derived Responses to Huanglongbing Across the Disease Severity Spectrum, Nichole A. Ginnan , Phytobiomes

Human microbiome and virome

Cervicovaginal Microbiome Composition Is Associated with Metabolic Profiles in Healthy Pregnancy, Andrew Oliver , mBio

The Gut Virome Database Reveals Age-Dependent Patterns of Virome Diversity in the Human Gut, Ann C. Gregory , Cell Host Microbe

Bioinformatics

BiG-SLiCE: A Highly Scalable Tool Maps the Diversity of 1.2 Million Biosynthetic Gene Clusters, Satria Kutsar, bioRxiv

**mini-review: Natural product discovery through microbial genome mining, Emma Kenshole, Cur. Op. Chem. Bio.

Available Benchmarking Bacterial Promoter Prediction Tools: Potentialities and Limitations, Murilo Henrique Anzolini Cassiano, mSystems

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