March 5, 2021

Human microbiome

A multi-omic investigation of male lower urinary tract symptoms: Potential role for JC virus – Thomas S. et al. – PLOS ONE

Association between physical activity and changes in intestinal microbiota composition: A systematic review – Aya V. et al. – PLOS ONE

Plant microbiome

Specialized microbiomes facilitate natural rhizosphere microbiome interactions counteracting high salinity stress in plants – Santos S. et al. – Environmental and Experimental Botany

Methods

Impact of sampling depth on pathogen detection in pit latrines – Capone D. et al. – PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases

A novel methodology to study antimicrobial properties of high-touch surfaces used for indoor hygiene applications—A study on Cu metal – Chang T. et al. – PLOS ONE

Functional capacities of microbial communities to carry out large scale geochemical processes are maintained during ex situ anaerobic incubation – Wilson R. M. et al. – PLOS ONE

Animal microbiome

Wastewater treatment works change the intestinal microbiomes of insectivorous bats – Mehl C. et al. – PLOS ONE

Microbial communities developing within bulk sediments under fish carcasses on a tidal flat – Kawamoto Y. et al. – PLOS ONE

Host-microbe interactions

Host-microbe cross-talk governs amino acid chirality to regulate survival and differentiation of B cells – Suzuki M. et al. – Science Advances

Education

An integrated, modular approach to data science education in microbiology – Dill-McFarland, K. A. et al. – PLOS Computational biology

Tools

Five key aspects of metaproteomics as a tool to understand functional interactions in host-associated microbiomes – Salvato, F. et al. – PLOS Pathogens

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