April 29, 2021

Good morning from Los Angeles! Today’s microbiome digest includes various interesting research and review articles. Enjoy reading.

General microbiome

The Functional Significance of Bacterial Predators – Bruce A. Hungate – mBio

Anaerobic Microbial Metabolism of Dichloroacetate – Gao Chen – mBio

Review: Recipient factors in faecal microbiota transplantation: one stool does not fit all – Camille Danne – Nature Reviews Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Evaluation of the Effect of Storage Methods on Fecal, Saliva, and Skin Microbiome Composition – Clarisse Marotz – mSystems

Gut microbiome

Review: Diet-Microbiota-Brain Axis in Alzheimer’s Disease – Halle J Kincaid – Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism

Review: The significance of the gut microbiome in children with functional constipation – Monika Kwiatkowska – Advances in Clinical and Experimental Medicine

Oral microbiome

Review: Focus on the cariogenic process: microbial and biochemical interactions with teeth and oral environment – G Dipalma – Journal Of Biological Regulators And Homeostatic Agents

Respiratory microbiome

Review: A scoping review of longitudinal airway microbiota studies – Tary Yin – Expert Review of Respiratory Medicine

Vaginal microbiome

Longitudinal Profiling of the Macaque Vaginal Microbiome Reveals Similarities to Diverse Human Vaginal Communities – Nicholas S. Rhoades – mSystems

Association of Vaginal Microbiota with Signs and Symptoms of the Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause across Reproductive Stages – Michelle Shardell – The Journal of Gerontology

Probiotics

Targeted Delivery of Probiotics: Perspectives on Research and Commercialization – K.S. Yoha – Probiotics and Antimicrobial Proteins

Animal microbiome / Animal experiments

A Single Microbiome Gene Alters Murine Susceptibility to Acute Arsenic Exposure – Qian Wang – Toxicological Sciences

Lipocalin 2 modulates dendritic cell activity and shapes immunity to influenza in a microbiome dependent manner – Martin L Watzenboeck – PloS Pathogen

Macrobdella decora: Old World Leech Gut Microbial Community Structure Conserved in a New World Leech – Emily Ann McClure – Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Influence of Anacardium occidentale leaf supplementation in broiler chicken diet on performance, caecal microbiota, blood chemistry, immune status, carcass, and meat quality – K. Adeyemi – British Poultry Science

Effects of three different mannans on obesity and gut microbiota in high-fat diet-fed C57BL/6J mice – Yajian Song – Food & Function

The fecal microbiota of piglets during weaning transition and its association with piglet growth across various farm environments – Diana Luise – PLOS ONE

Species-specific but not phylosymbiotic gut microbiomes of New Guinean passerine birds are shaped by diet and flight-associated gut modifications – Kasun H. Bodawatta – Proceedings of the Royal Society B

Perturbation of gut microbiota plays an important role in micro/nanoplastics-induced gut barrier dysfunction – Jiyan Qiao – Nanoscale

Ameliorative Effect of Dietary Tryptophan on Neurodegeneration and Inflammation in d-Galactose-Induced Aging Mice with the Potential Mechanism Relying on AMPK/SIRT1/PGC-1α Pathway and Gut Microbiota – Jia Yin – Journal of Agricultural Food Chemistry

Plant, root and soil microbiome

Soybean Root Nodule and Rhizosphere Microbiome: Distribution of Rhizobial and Nonrhizobial Endophytes – Parris Mayhood – Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Hyperlocal Variation in Soil Iron and the Rhizosphere Bacterial Community Determines Dollar Spot Development in Amenity Turfgrass – Ming-Yi Chou – Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Manure-Based Amendments Influence Surface-Associated Bacteria and Markers of Antibiotic Resistance on Radishes Grown in Soils with Different Textures – Giselle K. P. Guron – Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Water microbiome

Human‐ and Infrastructure‐associated Bacteria in Greywater – M. Nagarkar – Journal of Applied Microbiology

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