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  1. The microbiota of the upper respiratory tract is increasingly recognized as a gatekeeper of respiratory health. Despite this, the microbiota of healthy adults remains understudied. To address this gap, we inve...

    Authors: A. Cristina Paulo, João Lança, Sónia T. Almeida, Markus Hilty and Raquel Sá-Leão
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:199
  2. Improving feed efficiency is the most important goal for modern animal production. The regulatory mechanisms of controlling feed efficiency traits are extremely complex and include the functions related to hos...

    Authors: Zhengxiao He, Ranran Liu, Mengjie Wang, Qiao Wang, Jumei Zheng, Jiqiang Ding, Jie Wen, Alan G. Fahey and Guiping Zhao
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:198
  3. Heritable rumen microbiota is an important modulator of ruminant growth performance. However, no information exists to date on host genetics-rumen microbiota interactions and their association with phenotype i...

    Authors: Weimin Wang, Yukun Zhang, Xiaoxue Zhang, Chong Li, Lvfeng Yuan, Deyin Zhang, Yuan Zhao, Xiaolong Li, Jiangbo Cheng, Changchun Lin, Liming Zhao, Jianghui Wang, Dan Xu, Xiangpeng Yue, Wanhong Li, Xiuxiu Wen…
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:197
  4. Methane (CH4) is a major greenhouse gas, and ruminants are one of the sources of CH4 which is produced by the rumen microbiota. Modification of the rumen microbiota compositions will impact the CH4 production. In...

    Authors: Yao Fu, Songyang Yao, Tiankun Wang, Yongqiang Lu, Huigang Han, Xuening Liu, Dongying Lv, Xiao Ma, Shengyu Guan, Yujun Yao, Yunjie Liu, Haiying Yu, Shengli Li, Ning Yang and Guoshi Liu
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:196

    The Correction to this article has been published in Microbiome 2023 11:242

  5. There is a growing body of evidence suggesting that disturbance of the gut-brain axis may be one of the potential causes of major depressive disorder (MDD). However, the effects of antidepressants on the gut m...

    Authors: Yaping Wang, Jingjing Zhou, Junbin Ye, Zuoli Sun, Yi He, Yingxin Zhao, Siyu Ren, Guofu Zhang, Min Liu, Peng Zheng, Gang Wang and Jian Yang
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:195
  6. Bifidobacteria represent an important gut commensal in humans, particularly during initial microbiome assembly in the first year of life. Enrichment of Bifidobacterium is mediated though the utilization of human ...

    Authors: Jules A. Larke, Britta E. Heiss, Amy M. Ehrlich, Diana H. Taft, Helen E. Raybould, David A. Mills and Carolyn M. Slupsky
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:194
  7. There is an increasing interest in investigating the human gut virome for its influence on the gut bacterial community and its putative influence on the trajectory towards health or disease. Most gut virome st...

    Authors: Xichuan Zhai, Josué L. Castro-Mejía, Alex Gobbi, Antonios Aslampaloglou, Witold Kot, Dennis S. Nielsen and Ling Deng
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:193
  8. As microbiome research has progressed, it has become clear that most, if not all, eukaryotic organisms are hosts to microbiomes composed of prokaryotes, other eukaryotes, and viruses. Fungi have only recently ...

    Authors: Julia M. Kelliher, Aaron J. Robinson, Reid Longley, Leah Y. D. Johnson, Buck T. Hanson, Demosthenes P. Morales, Guillaume Cailleau, Pilar Junier, Gregory Bonito and Patrick S. G. Chain
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:192
  9. Anchialine environments, in which oceanic water mixes with freshwater in coastal aquifers, are characterised by stratified water columns with complex physicochemical profiles. These environments, also known as...

    Authors: Timothy M. Ghaly, Amaranta Focardi, Liam D. H. Elbourne, Brodie Sutcliffe, William Humphreys, Ian T. Paulsen and Sasha G. Tetu
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:190
  10. The transition from water to air is a key event in the evolution of many marine organisms to access new food sources, escape water hypoxia, and exploit the higher and temperature-independent oxygen concentrati...

    Authors: Marco Fusi, David K. Ngugi, Ramona Marasco, Jenny Marie Booth, Massimiliano Cardinale, Luciano Sacchi, Emanuela Clementi, Xinyuan Yang, Elisa Garuglieri, Stilianos Fodelianakis, Grégoire Michoud and Daniele Daffonchio
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:189
  11. Mangrove wetlands are coastal ecosystems with important ecological features and provide habitats for diverse microorganisms with key roles in nutrient and biogeochemical cycling. However, the overall metabolic...

    Authors: Zhi-Feng Zhang, Li-Rui Liu, Yue-Ping Pan, Jie Pan and Meng Li
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:188
  12. Heterotrophic microbes in the Southern Ocean are challenged by the double constraint of low concentrations of organic carbon (C) and iron (Fe). These essential elements are tightly coupled in cellular processe...

    Authors: Pavla Debeljak, Barbara Bayer, Ying Sun, Gerhard J. Herndl and Ingrid Obernosterer
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:187
  13. Exploring metagenomic contigs and “binning” them into metagenome-assembled genomes (MAGs) are essential for the delineation of functional and evolutionary guilds within microbial communities. Despite the advan...

    Authors: Michael J. Pavia, Abhinav Chede, Zijun Wu, Hinsby Cadillo-Quiroz and Qiyun Zhu
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:186
  14. Reef-building corals are acutely threatened by ocean warming, calling for active interventions to reduce coral bleaching and mortality. Corals associate with a wide diversity of bacteria which can influence co...

    Authors: Talisa Doering, Kshitij Tandon, Sanjida H. Topa, Sacha J. Pidot, Linda L. Blackall and Madeleine J. H. van Oppen
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:185
  15. The gut microbiome is closely associated with health status, and any microbiota dysbiosis could considerably impact the host’s health. In addition, many active consortium projects have generated many reference...

    Authors: Jinlin Zhu, Heqiang Xie, Zixin Yang, Jing Chen, Jialin Yin, Peijun Tian, Hongchao Wang, Jianxin Zhao, Hao Zhang, Wenwei Lu and Wei Chen
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:184
  16. Some microbiota compositions are associated with negative outcomes, including among others, obesity, allergies, and the failure to respond to treatment. Microbiota manipulation or supplementation can restore a...

    Authors: Oshrit Shtossel, Sondra Turjeman, Alona Riumin, Michael R. Goldberg, Arnon Elizur, Yarin Bekor, Hadar Mor, Omry Koren and Yoram Louzoun
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:181
  17. The gut microbiota of the giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca), a global symbol of conservation, are believed to be involved in the host’s dietary switch to a fibrous bamboo diet. However, their exact roles are s...

    Authors: Feilong Deng, Chengdong Wang, Desheng Li, Yunjuan Peng, Linhua Deng, Yunxiang Zhao, Zhihao Zhang, Ming Wei, Kai Wu, Jiangchao Zhao and Ying Li
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:180
  18. The fungal component of the human gut microbiome, also known as the mycobiome, plays a vital role in intestinal ecology and human health. However, the overall structure of the gut mycobiome as well as the inte...

    Authors: Senying Lai, Yan Yan, Yanni Pu, Shuchun Lin, Jian-Ge Qiu, Bing-Hua Jiang, Marisa Isabell Keller, Mingyu Wang, Peer Bork, Wei-Hua Chen, Yan Zheng and Xing-Ming Zhao
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:179
  19. A growing body of evidence suggests that the gut microbiota is strongly linked to general human health. Microbiome-directed interventions, such as diet and exercise, are acknowledged as a viable and achievable...

    Authors: Jiarui Chen, Sara Leal Siliceo, Yueqiong Ni, Henrik B. Nielsen, Aimin Xu and Gianni Panagiotou
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:178
  20. The high diversity and complexity of the microbial community make it a formidable challenge to identify and quantify the large number of proteins expressed in the community. Conventional metaproteomics approac...

    Authors: Chunlin Hao, Joshua E. Elias, Patrick K. H. Lee and Henry Lam
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:176
  21. Hadal trenches (>6000 m) are the deepest oceanic regions on Earth and depocenters for organic materials. However, how these enigmatic microbial ecosystems are fueled is largely unknown, particularly the propor...

    Authors: Xiao-Yu Zhu, Yang Li, Chun-Xu Xue, Ian D. E. A. Lidbury, Jonathan D. Todd, David J. Lea-Smith, Jiwei Tian, Xiao-Hua Zhang and Jiwen Liu
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:175
  22. Climate change threatens Earth’s ice-based ecosystems which currently offer archives and eco-evolutionary experiments in the extreme. Arctic cryopeg brine (marine-derived, within permafrost) and sea ice brine,...

    Authors: Zhi-Ping Zhong, Dean Vik, Josephine Z. Rapp, Olivier Zablocki, Heather Maughan, Ben Temperton, Jody W. Deming and Matthew B. Sullivan
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:174
  23. Authors: M. Barone, Y. Ramayo‑Caldas, J. Estellé, K. Tambosco, S. Chadi, F. Maillard, M. Gallopin, J. Planchais, F. Chain, C. Kropp, D. Rios‑Covian, H. Sokol, P. Brigidi, P. Langella and R. Martín
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:173

    The original article was published in Microbiome 2023 11:140

  24. The effects of Arula-7 powder (ASP) on diarrhea and intestinal barrier function associated with its regulation of intestinal microflora in calves infected with pathogenic Escherichia coli O1 (E. coli O1) were stu...

    Authors: Hao Chen, Zhifeng Jia, Meiling He, Aorigele Chen, Xin Zhang, Jin Xu and Chunjie Wang
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:172
  25. Treating oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) introduces new ecological environments in the oral cavity. This is expected to cause changes in the oral microbiome. The purpose of this study was to gain new infor...

    Authors: Anna I. Mäkinen, Vincent Y. Pappalardo, Mark J. Buijs, Bernd W. Brandt, Antti A. Mäkitie, Jukka H. Meurman and Egija Zaura
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:171
  26. Upper small intestinal dietary lipids activate a gut-brain axis regulating energy homeostasis. The prebiotic, oligofructose (OFS) improves body weight and adiposity during metabolic dysregulation but the exact...

    Authors: Savanna N. Weninger, Chloe Herman, Rachel K. Meyer, Eve T. Beauchemin, Archana Kangath, Adelina I. Lane, Taylor M. Martinez, Tahia Hasneen, Sierra A. Jaramillo, Jason Lindsey, Gayatri Vedantam, Haijiang Cai, Emily K. Cope, J. Gregory Caporaso and Frank A. Duca
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:169
  27. Typically, animal models studying gastrointestinal microbiotas compromised in early life have employed either germ-free animals or mice treated with a cocktail of antibiotics. Such studies intend to mimic scen...

    Authors: Emily C. Hoedt, Cara M. Hueston, Nora Cash, Roger S. Bongers, Jonathan M. Keane, Kees van Limpt, Kaouther Ben Amor, Jan Knol, John MacSharry and Douwe van Sinderen
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:168
  28. Legionella are parasites of freshwater protozoa, responsible for Legionellosis. Legionella can be found in a variety of aquatic environments, including rivers, lakes, and springs, as well as in engineered water s...

    Authors: Oded Bergman, Yaron Be’eri-Shlevin and Shira Ninio
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:167

    The Correction to this article has been published in Microbiome 2023 11:177

  29. The resistome, the collection of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) in a microbiome, is increasingly recognised as relevant to the development of clinically relevant antibiotic resistance. Many metagenomic stu...

    Authors: Simen Fredriksen, Stef de Warle, Peter van Baarlen, Jos Boekhorst and Jerry M. Wells
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:166
  30. During development, elevated levels of maternal glucocorticoids (GCs) can have detrimental effects on offspring morphology, cognition, and behavior as well as physiology and metabolism. Depending on the timing...

    Authors: Simone Anzà, Dominik Schneider, Rolf Daniel, Michael Heistermann, Somboon Sangmaneedet, Julia Ostner and Oliver Schülke
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:165
  31. Emerging evidence suggests the potential mediating role of microbiome in health disparities. However, no analytic framework can be directly used to analyze microbiome as a mediator between health disparity and...

    Authors: Chan Wang, Jiyoung Ahn, Thaddeus Tarpey, Stella S. Yi, Richard B. Hayes and Huilin Li
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:164
  32. Antibiotics are widely used for prophylactic therapy and for improving the growth performance of chicken. The problem of bacterial drug resistance caused by antibiotic abuse has previously attracted extensive ...

    Authors: Xianghui Liang, Zhipeng Zhang, Hai Wang, Xingbang Lu, Wen Li, Haoran Lu, Ayan Roy, Xuejuan Shen, David M. Irwin and Yongyi Shen
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:163
  33. Darier’s disease (DD) is a genodermatosis caused by mutations of the ATP2A2 gene leading to disrupted keratinocyte adhesion. Recurrent episodes of skin inflammation and infections with a typical malodour in DD in...

    Authors: Yacine Amar, Danielle Rogner, Rafaela L. Silva, Bärbel U. Foesel, Minhaz Ud-Dean, Ilias Lagkouvardos, Susanne A. Steimle-Grauer, Sebastian Niedermeier, Susanne Kublik, Manja Jargosch, Matthias Heinig, Jenny Thomas, Stefanie Eyerich, Jakob D. Wikström, Michael Schloter, Kilian Eyerich…
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:162

    The Correction to this article has been published in Microbiome 2023 11:206

  34. Porphyromonas gingivalis (hereafter “Pg”) is an oral pathogen that has been hypothesized to act as a keystone driver of inflammation and periodontal disease. Although Pg is most readily recovered from individuals...

    Authors: Cole B. Matrishin, Elaine M. Haase, Floyd E. Dewhirst, Jessica L. Mark Welch, Fabiola Miranda-Sanchez, Tsute Chen, Donald C. MacFarland and Kathryn M. Kauffman
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:161
  35. Ferromanganese nodule-bearing deep-sea sediments cover vast areas of the ocean floor, representing a distinctive habitat in the abyss. These sediments harbor unique conditions characterized by high iron concen...

    Authors: Dechao Zhang, Xudong Li, Yuehong Wu, Xuewei Xu, Yanxia Liu, Benze Shi, Yujie Peng, Dadong Dai, Zhongli Sha and Jinshui Zheng
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:160
  36. Cervicovaginal inflammation has been linked to negative reproductive health outcomes including the acquisition of HIV, other sexually transmitted infections, and cervical carcinogenesis. While changes to the v...

    Authors: Christina Farr Zuend, Alana Lamont, Laura Noel-Romas, Samantha Knodel, Kenzie Birse, Kateryna Kratzer, Peter McQueen, Michelle Perner, Hossaena Ayele, Sarah Mutch, Alicia R. Berard, John J. Schellenberg, Faruk Senturk, Stuart McCorrister, Garrett Westmacott, Fran Mulhall…
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:159
  37. Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is one of the most common diseases in intensively managed cattle, often resulting in high morbidity and mortality. Although several pathogens have been isolated and extensively...

    Authors: Barbara P. Brito, Melinda J. Frost, Kay Anantanawat, Frederick Jaya, Tony Batterham, Steven P. Djordjevic, Wei-Shan Chang, Edward C. Holmes, Aaron E. Darling and Peter D. Kirkland
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:158
  38. Secondary bacterial infections and pneumonia are major mortality causes of respiratory viruses, and the disruption of the upper respiratory tract (URT) microbiota is a crucial component of this process. Howeve...

    Authors: Hui Li, Xiaorong Wu, Hong Zeng, Bozhen Chang, Ying Cui, Jingxiang Zhang, Ruixia Wang and Tao Ding
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:157
  39. Ticks can transmit a broad variety of pathogens of medical importance, including Borrelia afzelii, the causative agent of Lyme borreliosis in Europe. Tick microbiota is an important factor modulating, not only ve...

    Authors: Alejandra Wu-Chuang, Lourdes Mateos-Hernandez, Apolline Maitre, Ryan O. M. Rego, Radek Šíma, Stefania Porcelli, Sabine Rakotobe, Angélique Foucault-Simonin, Sara Moutailler, Vaidas Palinauskas, Justė Aželytė, Ladislav Sǐmo, Dasiel Obregon and Alejandro Cabezas-Cruz
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:151
  40. For more than a century, the Koch’s postulates have been the golden rule for determining the causative agents in diseases. However, in cases of multiple pathogens-one disease, in which different pathogens can ...

    Authors: Dongwei Hou, Taixin Lian, Guangyu Guo, Han Gong, Chengcheng Wu, Peiyun Han, Shaoping Weng and Jianguo He
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:155
  41. Aberrant tryptophan (Trp)-kynurenine (Kyn) metabolism has been implicated in the pathogenesis of human disease. In particular, populations with long-term western-style diets are characterized by an excess of K...

    Authors: Penghao Sun, Mengli Wang, Yong-Xin Liu, Luqi Li, Xuejun Chai, Wei Zheng, Shulin Chen, Xiaoyan Zhu and Shanting Zhao
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:154
  42. Lactobacillus species in gut microbiota shows great promise in alleviation of metabolic diseases. However, little is known about the molecular mechanism of how Lactobacillus interacts with metabolites in circulat...

    Authors: Mengfan Li, Xiaoling Wu, Zewang Guo, Ruichen Gao, Zifu Ni, Hualing Cui, Minhua Zong, Filip Van Bockstaele and Wenyong Lou
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:153
  43. Microbes constitute almost the entire biological community in subsurface groundwater and play an important role in ecological evolution and global biogeochemical cycles. Ecological baseline as a fundamental re...

    Authors: Sining Zhong, Shungui Zhou, Shufeng Liu, Jiawen Wang, Chenyuan Dang, Qian Chen, Jinyun Hu, Shanqing Yang, Chunfang Deng, Wenpeng Li, Juan Liu, Alistair G. L. Borthwick and Jinren Ni
    Citation: Microbiome 2023 11:152

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