November 28, 2020

Greetings from Santiago, Chile! Today, in this brief Digest, we have a preprint with interesting results obtained by the Dutch Microbiome Project. We have as well a couple of papers exploring the relationship between microbiome and COVID-19, and more other papers. Have a nice weekend!

Human and General Microbiome

Preprint: The Dutch Microbiome Project defines factors that shape the healthy gut microbiome – Ranko Gacesa – BioRxiv

Viral Infection-Induced Gut Dysbiosis, Neuroinflammation, and α-Synuclein Aggregation: Updates and Perspectives on COVID-19 and Neurodegenerative Disorders – Cristian Follmer – ACS Chemical Neuroscience

Dual and mutual interaction between microbiota and viral infections: a possible treat for COVID-19 – Taha Baghbani – Microbial Cell Factories

Gut microbiome is more stable in males than in females during the development of colorectal cancer – Haijun Liao – Journal of Applied Microbiology

Expression of toll-like and adhesive receptors on epithelial cells of the oral mucosa in periodontitis – O.A. Lukova – Russian Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics

The Microbiome in Hidradenitis Suppurativa: A Review – Kirsty J. L. Wark – Dermatology and Therapy 

Evaluation of the upper airway microbiome and immune response with nasal epithelial lining fluid absorption and nasal washes – Meghan H. Shilts – Scientific Reports 

Emotional well-being and gut microbiome profiles by enterotype – Sung-Ha Lee – Scientific Reports 

Vitamin D metabolites and the gut microbiome in older men – Robert L. Thomas – Nature Communications

Animal Microbiome

Reduced rotavirus vaccine efficacy in protein malnourished human-faecal-microbiota-transplanted gnotobiotic pig model is in part attributed to the gut microbiota – V. Srivastava – Beneficial Microbes

Clinical efficacy of spray-based heat-treated lactobacilli in canine atopic dermatitis: a preliminary, open-label, uncontrolled study – Domenico Santoro – Veterinary Dermatology


Depthwise microbiome and isotopic profiling of a moderately saline microbial mat in a solar saltern – Varun Paul – Scientific Reports 

Microbiome Methods and Analysis

The application potential of machine learning and genomics for understanding natural product diversity, chemistry, and therapeutic translatability – David Prihoda – Natural Product Reports


Efficient protection of microorganisms for delivery to the intestinal tract by cellulose sulphate encapsulation – Walter H. Gunzburg – Microbial Cell Factories

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s