June 2, 2020

Happy Month of June to all,June serves as the national month for Alzheimer’s and brain awareness. So I will start today’s digest with some news articles about the same.Further the digest covers some very fascinating research articles about how the microbiome influences transcriptional profile in Drosophila melanogaster to peripheral blood microbial signatures in COPD. Digest […]

May 3, 2020

COVID19Preprint: Lack of Reinfection in Rhesus Macaques Infected with SARS-CoV-2 – Bao – Biorxiv Events and jobs Call for papers: BMC Health Policy and the Management of Antimicrobial Resistance in LMICs Pregnancy and early life Hospital Regimens Including Probiotics Guide the Individual Development of the Gut Microbiome of Very Low Birth Weight Infants in the […]

April 29, 2020

Hello Everyone. Today the Microbiome Digest brings you the latest on Plant-microbial interaction together with a variety of your usual microbiome related research publications. Enjoy. COVID-19: Neuraxial anaesthesia and peripheral nerve blocks during the COVID-19 pandemic: a literature review and practice recommendations. – Uppal V. et al. – Anaesthesia. General microbiome: The link between autism spectrum disorder and gut microbiota: […]

April 29, 2020

Hello Everyone. Today the Microbiome Digest brings you the latest on Plant-microbial interaction together with a variety of your usual microbiome related research publications. Enjoy. COVID-19: Neuraxial anaesthesia and peripheral nerve blocks during the COVID-19 pandemic: a literature review and practice recommendations. – Uppal V. et al. – Anaesthesia. General microbiome: The link between autism spectrum disorder and gut microbiota: […]

April 27, 2020

Hi from the UK, Apart from a couple of animal microbiology papers and a review of the current status of fungal cell wall biotechnology, today’s review focuses on the human microbiome, particularly within the context of medicine and surgery. Recent posts, especially Shirin’s post on the 24th April was so comprehensive that I hope if […]

April 26, 2020

Greetings from Pittsburgh, PA! Today’s digest includes several reviews, numerous host-microbiome studies, a wide variety of environmental microbiome studies, and a new book focused on Emerging Technologies in Environmental Bioremediation. I also wanted to highlight the virtual Fermentation Mini-Seminars offered by the Applied Ecology Department at my alma mater, NC State University. During the first […]

March 5, 2020

Today’s Digest is heavy, so you might want to pace yourself. It’s hard to pick the highlights, but I’m biased towards fungal research, so first about a wake-up call to look at the fungi seriously. The insects might provide for remedy against antibiotic resistance and is the dust settled on the sparse fetal intestinal microbiota? […]

February 8, 2020

Have a nice Saturday, everyone! Today, in this Digest: several reviews, including some of them about the microbiome and Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Autism, Chemotherapy, C. difficile infection and more. Additionally, there is a very interesting study (Obata et al., Nature), showing new evidence about the relationship between the microbiota, the gut, and the nervous system.  […]

February 2, 2020

Have a nice Sunday! Today, in this Digest we have several papers about the relationship between the microbiome and different neurological/psychological conditions, such as ASD, depression or anxiety, or about the microbiome and the inflammatory bowel disease. Enjoy!   Human and General Microbiome Review: Host-microbiota interactions in inflammatory bowel disease – Roberta Caruso – Nature […]