September 19, 2020

Have a nice weekend! Today, in this digest: a pair of papers released in Science, showing interesting results about the dialogue between the microbiota and the host. In Mager et al., the study showed that inosine, a metabolite released by microbes, may have an adjuvant role in cancer immune treatment. In the Lobel et al. paper, they demostrated that “diet can tune microbiota function to support healthy host physiology through posttranslational modification without altering microbial community composition”.

And of course, there are more papers 🙂 

Human and General Microbiome

Microbiome-derived inosine modulates response to checkpoint inhibitor immunotherapy – Lukas F. Mager – Science

> Perspective about this paper: Messengers from the microbiota – Fyza Y. Shaikh 

Diet posttranslationally modifies the mouse gut microbial proteome to modulate renal function – Lior Lobel – Science 

>  Perspective about this paper: The gut microbiota in kidney disease – Jennifer L. Pluznick

Fecal microbiota transplantation in inflammatory bowel disease patients: A systematic review and meta-analysis – Luciane de Fátima Caldeira – Plos One

Minireview: Antimicrobial peptides in the gut-brain axis: A straightforward review to unravel some missing links – Fabiano Pinheiro da Silva – Journal of Neuroscience Research

Microbiome analysis of contact lens care solutions and tear fluids of contact lens wearers: Possible involvement of streptococcal antigens in allergic symptoms related to contact lens wear – Fumika Hotta – International Journal of Molecular Medicine

Longitudinal Changes in Skin Microbiome and Microbes Associated with Change in Skin Status in Patients with Psoriasis – Hailun Wang – Acta Dermato Venereologica

Changes in fecal short-chain fatty acids following fecal microbiota transplantation in patients with irritable bowel syndrome – Magdy El‐Salhy – Neurogastroenterology and Motility

Analysis of airway microbiota in adults from a Brazilian cystic fibrosis center – Cassiana Costa Ferreira Leite – Brazilian Journal of Microbiology

Bacterial diversity and inflammatory response at first-time visit in younger and older individuals with diabetic foot infection (DFI) – Stefan Dörr – Acta Diabetologica 

Animal Microbiome

Harnessing the strategy of metagenomics for exploring the intestinal microecology of sable (Martes zibellina), the national first-level protected animal – Jiakuo Yan – AMB Express

The Gut Microbial Community Structure of the North American River Otter (Lontra canadensis) in the Alberta Oil Sands Region in Canada: Relationship with Local Environmental Variables and Metal Body Burden – Galen Guo – Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

Dynamic changes of the fecal bacterial community in dairy cows during early lactation – Shuai Huang – AMB Express

Comparative analysis of the pulmonary microbiome in healthy and diseased pigs – Zongjie Li – Molecular Genetics and Genomics

Plant microbiome

Functional gene categories differentiate maize leaf drought-related microbial epiphytic communities – Barbara A. Methe – Plos One

Microbiome and diet

Minireview: Soy bioactive peptides and the gut microbiota modulation – Tolulope Joshua Ashaolu – Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 

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