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While the eyes of the world are looking at the US elections results, it’s good to know that the world of microbiome research is stable and produces great scientific discoveries. So stop refreshing the news websites, grab yourself a cup of cofee and enjoy your Saturday.
Today’s digest has some great papers about memory in microboimes, factors that shapes bacterial growth, infant skin microbial communities, degraded soils restoration using self-assembly communities, songbirds microbiome, antiSMASH3 is out (!), useful youtube video for metagenome ML analysis in MATLAB and more. Reminding those of you who are intrested in agriculture-related microbioe studies to stop by and follow my bot agmicroPapers
Memory shapes microbial populations, Chaitanya S Gokhale , bioRxiv
Bacterial–fungal interactions revealed by genome-wide analysis of bacterial mutant fitness, Emily C. Pierce, Nature Microbiology
Host variables confound gut microbiota studies of human disease, Ivan Vujkovic-Cvijin, Nature
Plant and soil microbiome
Microbiome manipulation by a soil-borne fungal plant pathogen using effector proteins, Nick C. Snelders, Nature Plants
Assembly and variation of root-associated microbiota of rice during their vegetative growth phase with and without lindane pollutant, Jiayin Feng, Soil Ecology Letters
Restoring degraded microbiome function with self-assembled communities, Carlos Fernando Gutierrez Landazuri , FEMS Micro. Eco.
Multi-species relationships in legume roots: From pairwise legume-symbiont interactions to the plant – microbiome – soil continuum, Myrto Tsiknia, FEMS Micro. Eco.
Evidence supporting the microbiota–gut–brain axis in a songbird, Morgan C. Slevin, Biology Letters
Comparative Analysis of the Fecal Microbiota of Wild and Captive Beal’s Eyed Turtle (Sacalia bealei) by 16S rRNA Gene Sequencing, Jonathan J. Fong , Front. Micro.
High-Throughput Cultivation for the Selective Isolation of Acidobacteria From Termite Nests, Markus Oberpaul , Front. Micro.
EUKulele: Taxonomic annotation of the unsung
eukaryotic microbes, Arianna I. Krinos, JOSS
The antiSMASH database version 3: increased taxonomic coverage and new query features for modular enzymes, Kai Blin, Nucleic Acids Research
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