Today’s digest features studies on microbial genes of unknown function, oral microbiome of smokeless tobacco consumers, non-industrialized infant microbiome, and more news. Happy reading!
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Global Distribution of mcr Gene Variants in 214K Metagenomic Samples – Hannah-Marie Martiny – mSystems
Symposium Review: After the storm—Perspectives on the taxonomy of Lactobacillaceae – Nanzhen Qiao – JDS Communications
Assessing the Effect of Smokeless Tobacco Consumption on Oral Microbiome in Healthy and Oral Cancer Patients – Rituja Saxena – Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology
Unravelling specific diet and gut microbial contributions to inflammatory bowel disease – Gabriel Vasconcelos Pereira – bioRxiv
Effects of caloric restriction on the gut microbiome are linked with immune senescence – Julia Sbierski-Kind – Microbiome
Tap water as a natural vehicle for microorganisms shaping the human gut microbiome – Gabriele Andrea Lugli – Environmental Microbiology
Review: Diet-gut microbiota interactions on cardiovascular disease – Xufei Zhang and Philippe Gérard – Computational and Structural Biotechnology Journal
*Robust Variation in Infant Gut Microbiome Assembly Across a Spectrum of Lifestyles – Matthew R Olm – bioRxiv
The phyllosphere microbiome shifts toward combating melanose pathogen – Pu-Dong Li – Microbiome
Near-neutral pH increased n-caprylate production in a microbiome with product inhibition of methanogenesis – Rodolfo Palomo-Briones – bioRxiv
Review: Next-generation sequencing: insights to advance clinical investigations of the microbiome – Caroline R. Wensel – The Journal of Clinical Investigations
Metagenomics-enabled microbial surveillance – Karrie K. K. Ko – Nature Microbiology
Software testing in microbial bioinformatics: a call to action – Boas C.L. van der Putten – Microbial Genomics
Review: Machine Learning and Deep Learning Applications in Metagenomic Taxonomy and Functional Annotation – Alban Mathieu – Frontiers in Microbiology
*Unifying the known and unknown microbial coding sequence space – Chiara Vanni – eLife