September 27, 2020

Good morning, a few interesting papers today. In particular one paper finding a link between the meconium microbiome and head circumference is a great read, and the paper on the package MicrobiomeExplorer for R.

Pregnancy and Early Life

Meconium microbiome and its relation to neonatal growth and head circumference catch-up in preterm infants. Terrazza Nutricioist et al. PLOS ONE.

Human mouth microbiome

Photobiomodulation modulates inflammation and oral microbiome: a pilot study. Zanotta et al. Biomarkers.

Human vaginal microbiome

Changes in Vaginal Microbiome in Pregnant and Nonpregnant Women with Bacterial Vaginosis: Toward Microbiome Diagnostics? Mohamed et al. OMICS: A Journal Of Integrative Biology.

Human gut microbiome

Role of Gut Microbiome and Microbial Metabolites in Alleviating Insulin Resistance After Bariatric Surgery. Wang et al. Obesity Surgery

[Pre-print] Multi-omic Characterization of the Taxa-function Relationship in Infant Gut Microbiomes. Nguyen et al. Research Square.

Bioinformatics

MicrobiomeExplorer: An R package for the analysis and visualization of microbial communities. Reeder et al. Bioinformatics

Animal experiments

[Pre-print] Preventive Antibiotic Treatment Increases Neonatal Chicks Susceptibility to Salmonella Infection Via Disrupting Gut Microbiota and Linoleic Acid Metabolism. Mei et al. Research Square.

Plant, root and soil microbiome

Rhizospheric microbiomes help Dongxiang common wild rice (Oryza rufipogon Griff.) rather than Leersia hexandra Swartz survive under cold stress. Xu et al. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science

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