A selection of some great microbiome research and I’ve highlighted some resources for spatial transcriptomics for my non-microbiome picks.
Host control and the evolution of cooperation in host microbiomes – Sharp & Foster. Nature Communications
Biogeographic variation and functional pathways of the gut microbiota in celiac disease – Constante et al. Gastroenterology.
Diet and feeding pattern modulate diurnal dynamics of the ileal microbiome and transcriptome – Machado et al. Cell Reports.
Gut virome profiling identifies a widespread bacteriophage family associated with metabolic syndrome – Jonge et al. Nature Communications
Host lung microbiota promotes malaria-associated acute respiratory distress syndrome – Mukherjee et al. Nature Communications
Super-taxon in human microbiome are identified to be associated with colorectal cancer – Dai et al. BMC Bioinformatics
As spatial transcriptomics grows in popularity you might be interested in some recent reviews & examples of the technology in use
An introduction to spatial transcriptomics for biomedical research – Williams et al. Genome Medicine
Deciphering tissue structure and function using spatial transcriptomics – Walker et al. Communications biology
Method of the Year: spatially resolved transcriptomics – Marx. Nature Methods
Spatiotemporal transcriptomic atlas of mouse organogenesis using DNA nanoball-patterned arrays – Chen et al. Cell (The recent famous Cell cover using Stereo-Seq)
Museum of spatial transcriptomics – Moses & Pachter. Nature Methods