December 16, 2021

Today’s digest features the Global Microbial Gene Catalog, studies on group B Streptococcus vaginal colonization in a murine model and Patescibacteria in oxic and anoxic groundwater, and more. Happy holidays!

Important NEWS from the Microbiome Virtual International Forum:
The recordings of the MVIF #4 with Jonathan Eisen and other speakers are available here.
The registration for the MVIF #5 with Eran Elinav is open.
The abstract submission for the MVIF #6 with Susan Holmes is open.


Global microbiome

*Towards the biogeography of prokaryotic genes – Luis Pedro Coelho – Nature

Review: Human microbiota research in Africa: a systematic review reveals gaps and priorities for future research – Imane Allali – Microbiome


Human milk microbiome

Factors influencing the microbial composition of human milk – Anastasia Mantziaria and Samuli Rautavab – Seminars in Perinatology


Animal experiments

*Group B Streptococcus CAMP Factor Does Not Contribute to Interactions with the Vaginal Epithelium and Is Dispensable for Vaginal Colonization in Mice – Mallory B. Ballard – Microbiology Spectrum

Ageing and rejuvenation models reveal changes in key microbial communities associated with healthy ageing – Jongoh Shin – Microbiome


Water microbiome

*The economical lifestyle of CPR bacteria in groundwater allows little preference for environmental drivers – Narendrakumar M. Chaudhari – Environmental Microbiome


Bioinformatics

EXPERT: Transfer Learning-enabled context-aware microbial source tracking – Hui Chong – bioRxiv
https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.01.29.428751v2


NEWS from NCBI taxonomy

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