Given the specificity of early-life human gut microbiome regarding the microbial composition and functions, building a set of high-quality reference genomes from early life is desirable for a good microbial characterization, and discovering interactions between early-life gut microbiome and health.
Infections caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa are difficult to threat for many reasons. Among them, P. aeruginosa shows intrinsic or acquired resistance to several antibiotics. It expresses virulence factors and adopts specific lifestyles, like biofilms, non-responsive to antibiotics.
Cyanobacteria found within biocrusts are pivotal to the development and health of these dryland microbial communities. Discovery of a biocrust-native predatory bacterium of cyanobacteria indicates there are internal and unknown disease factors these communities must contend with.
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