Today’s digest includes some new bioinformatics techniques to study the microbiome and some more cool papers about diet and the microbiome.
Experimental evolution reveals microbial traits for association with the host gut. – Vega NM – PLoS Biology
Human gut Microbiome
The intestinal microbiota predisposes to traveler’s diarrhea and to the carriage of multidrug-resistant Enterobacteriaceae after traveling to tropical regions. – Leo S – Gut Microbes
Antibiotic Treatment Drives the Diversification of the Human Gut Resistome – Jun Li – bioRxiv
Human Pregnancy/Infant Microbiome
Effect of Delivery Mode and Nutrition on Gut Microbiota in Neonates. – Akagawa S – Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism
Trait-based community assembly and succession of the infant gut microbiome – John Guittar – Nature Communications
Modulation of Gut Microbiota Composition by Serotonin Signaling Influences Intestinal Immune Response and Susceptibility to Colitis. – Kwon YH – Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Plant, root, water and soil Microbiome
Marine biofilms constitute a bank of hidden microbial diversity and functional potential – Weipeng Zhang – Nature Communications
Combined metabarcoding and co-occurrence network analysis to profile the bacterial, fungal and Fusarium communities and their interactions in maize stalks – Jose F. Cobo-Diaz – Frontiers in Microbiology
|Utilizing longitudinal microbiome taxonomic profiles to predict food allergy via Long Short-Term Memory networks. – Metwally AA – PLoS Computational Biology|
RedCom: A strategy for reduced metabolic modeling of complex microbial communities and its application for analyzing experimental datasets from anaerobic digestion – Sabine Koch – PLoS Computational Biology
Swathi’s non-microbiology picks
How Millennials Became The Burnout Generation – An article about work-life balance that I think is applicable to scientists and academia.