May 4, 2021

In today’s post – host-microbe marker for inflammatory bowel disease, evolution of soil bacterium along the climate gradient, how C. difficile exploits host metabolite under inflammatory conditions induced by its own toxins and differential response of commensals to alter C. difficle virulence.

Job Posting

Microbiome Scientific Researcher, Computational (Cancer Immunology) – Genentech South San Francisco, California

General Microbiome

Endothelium–gut communication: IGF‐1Rs crosstalk with microbiota – Zhen Bouman Chen – EMBO reports

Recent advances in marine algae oligosaccharides: structure, analysis, and potential prebiotic activities – Xu-Ting Xie – Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition

Human Microbiome

Interplay between diet and gut microbiome, and circulating concentrations of trimethylamine N-oxide: findings from a longitudinal cohort of US men – Jun Li – Gut

Gut Dysbiosis Associated with Antibiotics and Disease Severity and Its Relation to Mortality in Critically Ill Patients – Masahiro Ojima – Digestive Diseases and Sciences

Effects of Totum-63 on glucose homeostasis and post-prandial glycemia: a translational study – Vivien Chavanelle – American Journal of Physiology Endocrinology and Metabolism

Impact of a fermented soy beverage supplemented with acerola by-product on the gut microbiota from lean and obese subjects using an in vitro model of the human colon – Antonio Diogo Silva Vieira – Environmental biotechnology

Decoding the matrix: multiomics reveals host-microbe biomarker for inflammatory bowel disease – Monica Viladomiu – The Journal of Clinical Investigation

Animal Microbiome

C. difficile exploits a host metabolite produced during toxin-mediated disease – Kali M. Pruss – Nature

In vivo commensal control of Clostridioides difficile virulence – Brintha P. Girinathan – BioRxiv

Description and comparison of the skin and ear canal microbiota of non-allergic and allergic German shepherd dogs using next generation sequencing – Neoklis Apostolopoulos – PlosOne

Plant, root and soil microbiome

Adaptive differentiation and rapid evolution of a soil bacterium along a climate gradient – Alexander B. Chase – PNAS

Soils and sediments host novel archaea with divergent monooxygenases implicated in ammonia oxidation – Spencer Diamond – BioRxiv

Water microbiome

Metabolic flexibility allows bacterial habitat generalists to become dominant in a frequently disturbed ecosystem – Ya-Jou Chen – ISME Journal

Techniques

Comprehensive single‐PCR 16S and 18S rRNA community analysis validated with mock communities, and estimation of sequencing bias against 18S – Yi‐Chun Yeh – Environmental Microbiology

Bacteria

Completion of the gut microbial epi-bile acid pathway – Heidi L. Doden – Gut Microbes

Possible effects of Porphyromonas gingivalis on the blood-brain barrier in Alzheimer’s disease – Ingar Olsen – Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy

Population genomics provides insights into the evolution and adaptation to humans of the waterborne pathogen Mycobacterium kansasii – Tao Luo – Nature Communications

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