July 24, 2021

Have a nice weekend! Today in this Digest, we have a set of papers covering different aspects of the human microbiome in health and disease. For example, connections between gut microbiota and different clinical parameters in patients with inflammatory bowel disease, and another study showing a relationship between TMAO and heart damage.  

Human and General Microbiome

Multi-omics reveal microbial determinants impacting responses to biologic therapies in inflammatory bowel disease – Jonathan Wei Jie Lee – Cell Host & Microbe

Gut Microbiota-generated Metabolite, Trimethylamine-N-oxide, And Subclinical myocardial damage: a multicenter study from Thailand – Vichai Senthong – Scientific Reports

Association Between The Urogenital Microbiome And Surgical Treatment Response In Women Undergoing Mid-urethral Sling Surgery for Mixed Urinary Incontinence – Holly E Richter – American Journal Of Obstetrics And Gynecology

Review: Personalized Approach To Childhood Obesity: Lessons From Gut Microbiota And Omics studies. Narrative review and insights from the 29th European childhood obesity congress – Aneta Gawlik – Pediatric Obesity

Review: The complex interplay of gut microbiota with the five most common cancer types: from carcinogenesis to therapeutics to prognosis – Kayla Jaye – Critical Reviews In Oncology/hematology

Clostridium culturomicium sp. nov. and Clostridium jeddahitimonense sp. nov., Novel members of the Clostridium genus isolated from the stool of an obese Saudi Arabian. – Hoang Thong Kieu – Current Microbiology

Effect Of Intestinal Microbiota Imbalance Associated With Chronic Hepatitis B Virus infection on the expression of microRNA‑192 and GLP‑1 – Yinghui Liu – Molecular Medicine Reports

Variations In The Oral Microbiome Are Associated With Depression In Young Adults – Benjamin Wingfield – Scientific Reports

Comparative Analysis Of The Bronchoalveolar Microbiome In Portuguese Patients With different chronic lung disorders – Susana Seixas – Scientific Reports

Microbiome and COVID19

Review: Recent Advance Of ACE2 And Microbiota Dysfunction In COVID-19 Pathogenesis – Zhidan Yu – Heliyon

Animal Microbiome

Review: T Cell Subsets And Environmental Factors In Citrobacter rodentium Infection – Brigitta Stockinger – Current Opinion In Microbiology

Chitinibacter bivalviorum sp. nov., Isolated From The Gut Of The Freshwater Mussel Anodonta arcaeformis – Jee-Won Choi – International Journal Of Systematic And Evolutionary Microbiology

Beneficial Microbes and Compounds

Nanocapsule-mediated Sustained H2 Release In The Gut Ameliorates Metabolic dysfunction-associated fatty liver disease – Zhaokui Jin – Biomaterials

Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Activation By Lactobacillus reuteri Tryptophan Metabolism alleviates Escherichia coli-induced mastitis in mice – Caijun Zhao – PLoS Pathogens

Grape Seed Proanthocyanidins Reduced The Overweight Of C57BL/6J Mice through modulating adipose thermogenesis and gut microbiota. – Haiping Du – Food & Function

Plant Microbiome

Distribution Of The Potential Pathogenic Alternaria On Plant Leaves Determines foliar fungal communities around the disease spot – Jiemeng Tao – Environmental Research

Prolonged Drought Imparts Lasting Compositional Changes To The Rice Root Microbiome – Christian Santos-Medellín – Nature Plants

News & Views: Drought Dampens Microbiome Development – Yi Song – Nature Plants

Built Environment

Factors Associated With Elevated Levels Of Antibiotic Resistance Genes In Sewer sediments and wastewater – Eramo Alessia – Environmental Science

Microbiome Techniques and Analysis

A Novel, Scalable, And Modular Bioreactor Design For Dynamic Simulation Of The digestive tract – Salam Habib – Biotechnology And Bioengineering

Assessment Of Biolog Ecoplate(TM) Method For Functional Metabolic Diversity Of aerotolerant pig fecal microbiota – A Checcucci – Applied Microbiology And Biotechnology

Structural Identifiability Of The Generalized Lotka-Volterra Model For Microbiome studies – Christopher H Remien – Royal Society Open Science

Validation Of The MYChrOme™ Culture Plate For Detection And Differentiation Of Rapid-Growing Nontuberculous Mycobacteria in potable and non-potable water: AOAC  Performance Tested MethodSM 062101 – Katherine E Fisher – Journal Of AOAC International

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