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  1. Changes in respiratory tract microbiota have been associated with diseases such as tuberculosis, a global public health problem that affects millions of people each year. This pilot study was carried out using...

    Authors: Luz Elena Botero, Luisa Delgado-Serrano, Martha Lucía Cepeda, Jose Ricardo Bustos, Juan Manuel Anzola, Patricia Del Portillo, Jaime Robledo and María Mercedes Zambrano
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:29
  2. Recent studies have revealed that bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) fluid contains previously unappreciated communities of bacteria. In vitro and in vivo studies have shown that host inflammatory signals prompt bacter...

    Authors: Robert P Dickson, John R Erb-Downward, Hallie C Prescott, Fernando J Martinez, Jeffrey L Curtis, Vibha N Lama and Gary B Huffnagle
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:28
  3. The microbiota of the nares has been widely studied. However, relatively few studies have investigated the microbiota of the nasal cavity posterior to the nares. This distinct environment has the potential to ...

    Authors: Christine M Bassis, Alice L Tang, Vincent B Young and Melissa A Pynnonen
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:27
  4. Recovering individual genomes from metagenomic datasets allows access to uncultivated microbial populations that may have important roles in natural and engineered ecosystems. Understanding the roles of these ...

    Authors: Yu-Wei Wu, Yung-Hsu Tang, Susannah G Tringe, Blake A Simmons and Steven W Singer
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:26
  5. A conference entitled ‘Human microbiome science: Vision for the future’ was organized in Bethesda, MD from July 24 to 26, 2013. The event brought together experts in the field of human microbiome research and ...

    Authors: Jacques Ravel, Martin J Blaser, Jonathan Braun, Eric Brown, Frederic D Bushman, Eugene B Chang, Julian Davies, Kathryn G Dewey, Timothy Dinan, Maria Dominguez-Bello, Susan E Erdman, B Brett Finlay, Wendy S Garrett, Gary B Huffnagle, Curtis Huttenhower, Janet Jansson…
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:16
  6. Human milk is an important source of bacteria for the developing infant and has been shown to influence the bacterial composition of the neonatal gut, which in turn can affect disease risk later in life. Human...

    Authors: Camilla Urbaniak, Amy McMillan, Michelle Angelini, Gregory B Gloor, Mark Sumarah, Jeremy P Burton and Gregor Reid
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:24
  7. The vaginal microbial community plays a vital role in maintaining women’s health. Understanding the precise bacterial composition is challenging because of the diverse and difficult-to-culture nature of many b...

    Authors: Bonnie Chaban, Matthew G Links, Teenus Paramel Jayaprakash, Emily C Wagner, Danielle K Bourque, Zoe Lohn, Arianne YK Albert, Julie van Schalkwyk, Gregor Reid, Sean M Hemmingsen, Janet E Hill and Deborah M Money
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:23
  8. The bacterial communities of the nasopharynx play an important role in upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs). Our study represents the first survey of the nasopharynx during a known, controlled viral chal...

    Authors: E Kaitlynn Allen, Alex F Koeppel, J Owen Hendley, Stephen D Turner, Birgit Winther and Michèle M Sale
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:22
  9. A growing body of evidence indicates that the gut microbiome plays a role in the development of colorectal cancer (CRC). Patients with CRC harbor gut microbiomes that are structurally distinct from those of he...

    Authors: Nielson T Baxter, Joseph P Zackular, Grace Y Chen and Patrick D Schloss
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:20
  10. In recent years, studies on the human intestinal microbiota have attracted tremendous attention. Application of next generation sequencing for mapping of bacterial phylogeny and function has opened new doors t...

    Authors: Agata Wesolowska-Andersen, Martin Iain Bahl, Vera Carvalho, Karsten Kristiansen, Thomas Sicheritz-Pontén, Ramneek Gupta and Tine Rask Licht
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:19
  11. This study was undertaken to determine whether the vaginal microbiota of pregnant women who subsequently had a spontaneous preterm delivery is different from that of women who had a term delivery.

    Authors: Roberto Romero, Sonia S Hassan, Pawel Gajer, Adi L Tarca, Douglas W Fadrosh, Janine Bieda, Piya Chaemsaithong, Jezid Miranda, Tinnakorn Chaiworapongsa and Jacques Ravel
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:18
  12. The Amazon River is by far the world’s largest in terms of volume and area, generating a fluvial export that accounts for about a fifth of riverine input into the world’s oceans. Marine microbial communities o...

    Authors: Brandon M Satinsky, Brian L Zielinski, Mary Doherty, Christa B Smith, Shalabh Sharma, John H Paul, Byron C Crump and Mary Ann Moran
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:17
  13. Experimental designs that take advantage of high-throughput sequencing to generate datasets include RNA sequencing (RNA-seq), chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing (ChIP-seq), sequencing of 16S rRNA gene fr...

    Authors: Andrew D Fernandes, Jennifer NS Reid, Jean M Macklaim, Thomas A McMurrough, David R Edgell and Gregory B Gloor
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:15
  14. Cystic fibrosis (CF) is caused by mutations in the CFTR gene that predispose the airway to infection. Chronic infection by pathogens such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa leads to inflammation that gradually degrades lu...

    Authors: Thomas H Hampton, Deanna M Green, Garry R Cutting, Hilary G Morrison, Mitchell L Sogin, Alex H Gifford, Bruce A Stanton and George A O’Toole
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:14
  15. Clostridium difficile is an opportunistic human intestinal pathogen, and C. difficile infection (CDI) is one of the main causes of antibiotic-induced diarrhea and colitis. One successful approach to combat CDI, p...

    Authors: Vijay Shankar, Matthew J Hamilton, Alexander Khoruts, Amanda Kilburn, Tatsuya Unno, Oleg Paliy and Michael J Sadowsky
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:13
  16. To augment capacity-building for microbiome and probiotic research in Africa, a workshop was held in Nairobi, Kenya, at which researchers discussed human, animal, insect, and agricultural microbiome and probio...

    Authors: Gregor Reid, Nicholas Nduti, Wilbert Sybesma, Remco Kort, Tobias R Kollmann, Rod Adam, Hamadi Boga, Eric M Brown, Alexandra Einerhand, Hani El-Nezami, Gregory B Gloor, Irene I Kavere, Johanna Lindahl, Amee Manges, Wondu Mamo, Rocio Martin…
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:12
  17. Authors: Roberto Romero, Sonia S Hassan, Pawel Gajer, Adi L Tarca, Douglas W Fadrosh, Lorraine Nikita, Marisa Galuppi, Ronald F Lamont, Piya Chaemsaithong, Jezid Miranda, Tinnakorn Chaiworapongsa and Jacques Ravel
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:10

    The original article was published in Microbiome 2014 2:4

  18. Culture-independent molecular surveys targeting conserved marker genes, most notably 16S rRNA, to assess microbial diversity remain semi-quantitative due to variations in the number of gene copies between spec...

    Authors: Florent E Angly, Paul G Dennis, Adam Skarshewski, Inka Vanwonterghem, Philip Hugenholtz and Gene W Tyson
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:11
  19. Humans can spend the majority of their time indoors, but little is known about the interactions between the human and built-environment microbiomes or the forces that drive microbial community assembly in the ...

    Authors: James F Meadow, Adam E Altrichter, Steven W Kembel, Maxwell Moriyama, Timothy K O’Connor, Ann M Womack, G Z Brown, Jessica L Green and Brendan J M Bohannan
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:7
  20. To take advantage of affordable high-throughput next-generation sequencing technologies to characterize microbial community composition often requires the development of improved methods to overcome technical ...

    Authors: Douglas W Fadrosh, Bing Ma, Pawel Gajer, Naomi Sengamalay, Sandra Ott, Rebecca M Brotman and Jacques Ravel
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:6
  21. Mucosal biopsy is the most common sampling technique used to assess microbial communities associated with the intestinal mucosa. Biopsies disrupt the epithelium and can be associated with complications such as...

    Authors: Susan M Huse, Vincent B Young, Hilary G Morrison, Dionysios A Antonopoulos, John Kwon, Sushila Dalal, Rose Arrieta, Nathaniel A Hubert, Lici Shen, Joseph H Vineis, Jason C Koval, Mitchell L Sogin, Eugene B Chang and Laura E Raffals
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:5
  22. This study was undertaken to characterize the vaginal microbiota throughout normal human pregnancy using sequence-based techniques. We compared the vaginal microbial composition of non-pregnant patients with a...

    Authors: Roberto Romero, Sonia S Hassan, Pawel Gajer, Adi L Tarca, Douglas W Fadrosh, Lorraine Nikita, Marisa Galuppi, Ronald F Lamont, Piya Chaemsaithong, Jezid Miranda, Tinnakorn Chaiworapongsa and Jacques Ravel
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:4

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Microbiome 2014 2:10

  23. Shotgun metagenomics has become an important tool for investigating the ecology of microorganisms. Underlying these investigations is the assumption that metagenome sequence data accurately estimates the censu...

    Authors: Rachel Marine, Coleen McCarren, Vansay Vorrasane, Dan Nasko, Erin Crowgey, Shawn W Polson and K Eric Wommack
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:3
  24. The source inoculum of gastrointestinal tract (GIT) microbes is largely influenced by delivery mode in full-term infants, but these influences may be decoupled in very low birth weight (VLBW, <1,500 g) neonate...

    Authors: Brandon Brooks, Brian A Firek, Christopher S Miller, Itai Sharon, Brian C Thomas, Robyn Baker, Michael J Morowitz and Jillian F Banfield
    Citation: Microbiome 2014 2:1
  25. Psoriasis is a common chronic inflammatory disease of the skin. We sought to characterize and compare the cutaneous microbiota of psoriatic lesions (lesion group), unaffected contralateral skin from psoriatic ...

    Authors: Alexander V Alekseyenko, Guillermo I Perez-Perez, Aieska De Souza, Bruce Strober, Zhan Gao, Monika Bihan, Kelvin Li, Barbara A Methé and Martin J Blaser
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:31
  26. The premature infant gut has low individual but high inter-individual microbial diversity compared with adults. Based on prior 16S rRNA gene surveys, many species from this environment are expected to be simil...

    Authors: Christopher T Brown, Itai Sharon, Brian C Thomas, Cindy J Castelle, Michael J Morowitz and Jillian F Banfield
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:30
  27. Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is a common gynecologic diagnosis characterized by dysbiosis of the vaginal microbiota. It is often accompanied by vaginal symptoms such as odor and discharge, but can be asymptomatic....

    Authors: Jacques Ravel, Rebecca M Brotman, Pawel Gajer, Bing Ma, Melissa Nandy, Douglas W Fadrosh, Joyce Sakamoto, Sara SK Koenig, Li Fu, Xia Zhou, Roxana J Hickey, Jane R Schwebke and Larry J Forney
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:29
  28. The Atacama Desert is one of the driest deserts in the world and its soil, with extremely low moisture, organic carbon content, and oxidizing conditions, is considered to be at the dry limit for life.

    Authors: Alexander Crits-Christoph, Courtney K Robinson, Tyler Barnum, W Florian Fricke, Alfonso F Davila, Bruno Jedynak, Christopher P McKay and Jocelyne DiRuggiero
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:28
  29. Cystic fibrosis (CF) is caused by inherited mutations in the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator gene and results in a lung environment that is highly conducive to polymicrobial infection. Over...

    Authors: Katherine E Price, Thomas H Hampton, Alex H Gifford, Emily L Dolben, Deborah A Hogan, Hilary G Morrison, Mitchell L Sogin and George A O’Toole
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:27
  30. Regardless of infection route, the intestine is the primary site for HIV-1 infection establishment and results in significant mucosal CD4+ T lymphocyte depletion, induces an inflammatory state that propagates ...

    Authors: Ian H McHardy, Xiaoxiao Li, Maomeng Tong, Paul Ruegger, Jonathan Jacobs, James Borneman, Peter Anton and Jonathan Braun
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:26
  31. Our knowledge of microbial diversity in the human oral cavity has vastly expanded during the last two decades of research. However, much of what is known about the behavior of oral species to date derives from...

    Authors: Anna Edlund, Youngik Yang, Adam P Hall, Lihong Guo, Renate Lux, Xuesong He, Karen E Nelson, Kenneth H Nealson, Shibu Yooseph, Wenyuan Shi and Jeffrey S McLean
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:25
  32. Formation of operational taxonomic units (OTU) is a common approach to data aggregation in microbial ecology studies based on amplification and sequencing of individual gene targets. The de novo assembly of OTU s...

    Authors: Matthew G Links, Bonnie Chaban, Sean M Hemmingsen, Kevin Muirhead and Janet E Hill
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:23
  33. Sediments are massive reservoirs of carbon compounds and host a large fraction of microbial life. Microorganisms within terrestrial aquifer sediments control buried organic carbon turnover, degrade organic con...

    Authors: Laura A Hug, Cindy J Castelle, Kelly C Wrighton, Brian C Thomas, Itai Sharon, Kyle R Frischkorn, Kenneth H Williams, Susannah G Tringe and Jillian F Banfield
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:22
  34. Soil is among the most diverse and complex environments in the world. Soil microorganisms play an essential role in biogeochemical cycles and affect plant growth and crop production. However, our knowledge of ...

    Authors: Nicolás Rascovan, Belén Carbonetto, Santiago Revale, Marina D Reinert, Roberto Alvarez, Alicia M Godeas, Roxana Colombo, Mario Aguilar, María Victoria Novas, Leopoldo Iannone, Alicia M Zelada, Alejandro Pardo, Gustavo Schrauf, Alejandro Mentaberry and Martín P Vazquez
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:21
  35. Preterm infants represent a unique patient population that is born functionally immature and must accomplish development under the influence of a hospital environment. Neonatal necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) ...

    Authors: Erika C Claud, Kevin P Keegan, Jennifer M Brulc, Lei Lu, Daniela Bartels, Elizabeth Glass, Eugene B Chang, Folker Meyer and Dionysios A Antonopoulos
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:20
  36. The lung microbiome of healthy individuals frequently harbors oral organisms. Despite evidence that microaspiration is commonly associated with smoking-related lung diseases, the effects of lung microbiome enr...

    Authors: Leopoldo N Segal, Alexander V Alekseyenko, Jose C Clemente, Rohan Kulkarni, Benjamin Wu, Hao Chen, Kenneth I Berger, Roberta M Goldring, William N Rom, Martin J Blaser and Michael D Weiden
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:19

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Microbiome 2014 2:21

  37. Antimicrobial use is thought to suppress the intestinal microbiota, thereby impairing colonization resistance and allowing Clostridium difficile to infect the gut. Additional risk factors such as proton-pump inhi...

    Authors: Caroline Vincent, David A Stephens, Vivian G Loo, Thaddeus J Edens, Marcel A Behr, Ken Dewar and Amee R Manges
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:18
  38. Consistent compositional shifts in the gut microbiota are observed in IBD and other chronic intestinal disorders and may contribute to pathogenesis. The identities of microbial biomolecular mechanisms and meta...

    Authors: Ian H McHardy, Maryam Goudarzi, Maomeng Tong, Paul M Ruegger, Emma Schwager, John R Weger, Thomas G Graeber, Justin L Sonnenburg, Steve Horvath, Curtis Huttenhower, Dermot PB McGovern, Albert J Fornace Jr., James Borneman and Jonathan Braun
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:17
  39. Numerous cancers have been linked to microorganisms. Given that colorectal cancer is a leading cause of cancer deaths and the colon is continuously exposed to a high diversity of microbes, the relationship bet...

    Authors: René L Warren, Douglas J Freeman, Stephen Pleasance, Peter Watson, Richard A Moore, Kyla Cochrane, Emma Allen-Vercoe and Robert A Holt
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:16
  40. The aberrant inflammation that is the hallmark of the inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) is associated with several factors, including changes in the intestinal microbiota. Here, we confirmed that an intestinal...

    Authors: Nabeetha A Nagalingam, Courtney J Robinson, Ingrid L Bergin, Kathryn A Eaton, Gary B Huffnagle and Vincent B Young
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:15
  41. Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) is a devastating intestinal disease that afflicts 10% of extremely preterm infants. The contribution of early intestinal colonization to NEC onset is not understood, and predict...

    Authors: Ardythe L Morrow, Anne J Lagomarcino, Kurt R Schibler, Diana H Taft, Zhuoteng Yu, Bo Wang, Mekibib Altaye, Michael Wagner, Dirk Gevers, Doyle V Ward, Michael A Kennedy, Curtis Huttenhower and David S Newburg
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:13
  42. Bacterial vaginosis (BV), the most common vaginal condition of reproductive-aged women, is associated with a highly diverse and heterogeneous microbiota. Here we present a proof-of-principle analysis to uncove...

    Authors: Jean M Macklaim, Andrew D Fernandes, Julia M Di Bella, Jo-Anne Hammond, Gregor Reid and Gregory B Gloor
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:12
  43. Recent advances in next-generation DNA sequencing enable rapid high-throughput quantitation of microbial community composition in human samples, opening up a new field of microbiomics. One of the promises of t...

    Authors: Alexander Statnikov, Mikael Henaff, Varun Narendra, Kranti Konganti, Zhiguo Li, Liying Yang, Zhiheng Pei, Martin J Blaser, Constantin F Aliferis and Alexander V Alekseyenko
    Citation: Microbiome 2013 1:11

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