August 27, 2022

Highlights!

Capturing the antibiotic resistome of preterm infants reveals new benefits of probiotic supplementation – Allison K Guitor – Microbiome → A survey of the microbiome from preterm infants showed that probiotics use during hospitalization of these infants reduced the diversity and prevented the persistence of antibiotic resistance genes in the gut microbiome. The authors used a targeted capture approach involving lower costs.

Human gut microbiota after bariatric surgery alters intestinal morphology and glucose absorption in mice independently of obesity – Fernando F Anhê – Gut → The exposition of mice to human gut microbiota after restrictive or malabsorptive bariatric surgery could improve glycaemic control, involving, for example, the inhibition of host sodium-glucose cotransporter (Sglt)-1.

Human and General Microbiome

Temporal dynamics of oropharyngeal microbiome among SARS-CoV-2 patients reveals continued dysbiosis even after Viral Clearance – Suman Kalyan Paine – NPJ Biofilms and Microbiomes

Comparison of Metagenomic Sequencing and the NanoString nCounter Analysis System for the Characterization of Bacterial and Viral Communities in Vaginal Samples – Todd N Wylie – mSphere

Oral Microbiota from Periodontitis Promote Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma Development via γδ T Cell Activation – Wei Wei – mSystems

Gut Microbiota and Coronary Plaque Characteristics – Akihiro Nakajima – Journal of the American Heart Association

Toward FAIR Representations of Microbial Interactions – Alan R Pacheco – mSystems

Review: Gut microbiome-mediated mechanisms for reducing cholesterol levels: implications for ameliorating cardiovascular disease – Baolei Jia – Trends in Microbiology

Review: Type 2 diabetes, gut microbiome, and systems biology: A novel perspective for a new era – Yoscelina Estrella Martínez-López – Gut Microbes

Beneficial Microbes and Compounds

Human gut bifidobacteria inhibit the growth of the opportunistic fungal pathogen Candida albicans – Liviana Ricci – FEMS Microbiology Ecology

Animal Model Microbiome

Orally administered Odoribacter laneus improves glucose control and inflammatory profile in obese mice by depleting circulating succinate – Isabel Huber-Ruano – Microbiome

Experimental methods modestly impact interpretation of the effect of environmental exposures on the larval zebrafish gut microbiome – Keaton Stagaman – Scientific Reports

A Metabologenomic approach reveals alterations in the gut microbiota of a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease – Francesco Favero – PloS ONE

Non-Model Animal Microbiome

Intraintestinal Analysis of the Functional Activity of Microbiomes and Its Application to the Common Marmoset Intestine – Mika Uehara – mSystems

A comprehensive comparison of fecal microbiota in three ecological bird groups of raptors, waders, and waterfowl – Caiquan Zhao – Frontiers in Microbiology

IHNV Infection Induces Strong Mucosal Immunity and Changes of Microbiota in Trout Intestine – Zhenyu Huang – Viruses

Fungi and Soil Microbiome

Wildfire-dependent changes in soil microbiome diversity and function – Amelia R Nelson – Nature Microbiology

Fungal succession on the decomposition of three plant species from a Brazilian mangrove – Marta A Moitinho – Scientific Reports

Fungi-on-a-Chip: microfluidic platforms for single-cell studies on fungi – Felix Richter – FEMS Microbiology Reviews

Environmental Microbiome

Climate-Endangered Arctic Epishelf Lake Harbors Viral Assemblages with Distinct Genetic Repertoires – Myriam Labbé – Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Food Microbiome

Profiling of the microbiota in the remaining sports drink and orange juice in plastic bottles after direct drinking – Miho Kawachi – Journal of Oral Biosciences

Bioinformatic Tools and Microbiome Analysis Techniques

K-Clique Multiomics Framework: A Novel Protocol to Decipher the Role of Gut Microbiota Communities in Nutritional Intervention Trials – Carlo Mengucci – Metabolites

Principal microbial groups: compositional alternative to phylogenetic grouping of microbiome data – Aslı Boyraz – Briefings in Bioinformatics

Analysis of Gut Microbiome Using Fecal Samples – Ahmed Gamal – Methods in Molecular Biology 

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