Shalom from Israel and have a happy Jewish New Year!
As yesterday’s digest was packed with great papers, today’s post is a bit thinner- but still with great material. First, take a look at two virtual and fascinating events to be held in the next months. In addition, you’ll find a mini-review about molecular epidiomiology, locust-related microbiome, a fascinating research paper exploring the actual proportion of sequenced prokaryots and a even a paper focusing on the microbiome of hemp.
Stay healthy, wear a mask.
Gut microbiota, NLR proteins, and intestinal homeostasis, Hao Guo, JEM
*Mini-review- Molecular epidemiology in current times, Burkhard Tummler, Env. Micro.
Microbiome-related aspects of locust density-dependent phase transition, Omer Levy, bioRxiv
**Estimate of the sequenced proportion of the global prokaryotic genome, Zheng Zhang, Microbiome
Microbial dark matter filling the niche in hypersaline microbial mats, Hon Lun Wong, Microbiome
Pan‐genome study of Thermococcales reveals extensive genetic diversity and genetic evidence of thermophilic adaption, Chaofang Zhong , Env. Micro.
Evaluating the microbiome of hemp, Samuel E. Barnett, Phytobiomes