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Blog 7: Extremophiles of Yellowstone

I will soon be embarking on a family trip to Yellowstone, my first visit to this National Park. Yellowstone is geological hotspot and is home to a plethora of thermal features, including hot springs, geysers, and the massive volcano itself. 221 more words

Class

April 11, 2018

In today’s digest, check among many interesting articles: the evolution within human microbiome by T.D. Lieberman,  unique microbial biodiversity residing in hadal trenches by L.M. Peoples, changes in community composition in coastal water following exposure to oil and oil dispersant by S.H. 897 more words

Human Gut

April 5, 2018

Of note today: An evaluation of multi-site human microbiome temporal stability over six months; The impacts of 1,000 non-antibiotic drugs on the in vitro gut microbiome; Caspase-1 might modulate the relationship between stress, the gut microbiome, inflammation and depressive-like behaviour in mice; And the impact of warming on the Antarctic soil microbiome… 849 more words

Human Gut

March 23, 2018

Optogenetic regulation of transcription to promote biosynthesis of desired chemicals from fungi, the effect of yeast and bacteria on floral nectar, guidelines and best practices for human microbiome sampling/sequencing/processing. 359 more words

Plant Root Soil Microbiome

March 10, 2018

Many interesting perspectives from a recent mSystems issue, along with plenty of plant/soil articles!

Events and jobs
Group Leader R&D | (Microbiology/Biomarkers), 8685 – Stratacuity: Proven Scientific Placement  Company – Boston, Massachusetts… 1,188 more words

Plant Root Soil Microbiome

March 9, 2018

Have a nice Friday! Today we have interesting papers about nasal/oral microbiota, some papers about studies in pathogens (including the use of bacteriophages for selective inhibition of E. 636 more words

Human Gut