July 19, 2022

Have a nice Tuesday! Today in this short digest, interesting reviews about “psychobiotics” (useful probiotics for mental health), the use of several tools for analyzing microbiota, and a systematic review analyzing the role of the oral microbiome in autoimmune diseases. 

Human and General Microbiome

The relationship between the gut microbiome and the risk of respiratory infections among newborns – Yuka Moroishi – Communications Medicine

Review: Psychobiotics: the Influence of Gut Microbiota on the Gut-Brain Axis in Neurological Disorders – Parvin Oroojzadeh – Journal of Molecular Neuroscience

Review: Ecosystem-specific microbiota and microbiome databases in the era of big data – Victor Lobanov – Environmental Microbiome

Systematic Review: The Oral Microbiome and Its Role in Systemic Autoimmune Diseases: A Systematic Review of Big Data Analysis – Lu Gao – Frontiers in Big Data

Animal Model Microbiome

Microplastics-perturbed gut microbiota triggered the testicular disorder in male mice: Via fecal microbiota transplantation – Siyue Wen – Environmental Pollution

Plant Microbiome

Flavonoid-attracted Aeromonas sp. from the Arabidopsis root microbiome enhances plant dehydration resistance – Danxia He – The ISME Journal

Bioinformatics and Microbiome Analysis Techniques

ProBioQuest: a database and semantic analysis engine for literature, clinical trials and patents related to probiotics – Po Lam Chan – Database

A structural metagenomics pipeline for examining the gut microbiome – Morgan E. Walker – Current Opinion in Structural Biology 

The Mini Colon Model: a benchtop multi-bioreactor system to investigate the gut microbiome – Zijie Jin – Gut Microbes

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