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.
This work highlighted the role of BMI as an important factor predicting changes in gut homeostasis in response to meat consumption. Compared with the chicken-based diet, the beef-based diet may induce more allergic and inflammation-related responses in high- and middle- BMI Chinese.
Sunlight extinguishes about 150 m in the ocean, retaining photosynthetic microbes such as the diazotrophic cyanobacteria in the surface ocean layer. Here we find that Trichodesmium, a key photosynthetic diazotroph, fixes nitrogen while sinking into the deep ocean down to 1000 m depth.
After almost 2.5 years of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are still trying to understand the factors contributing to differences in disease severity and who should be treated with what, when, and why. Our paper addresses some of these questions from genetic, molecular, evolutionary, and clinical angles.
It is now becoming critical to understand how a synergistic community of virulent bacteria can persist below the gum line, modulate inflammatory responses, and promote gum infections and inflammation, with strong implications in several systemic diseases in adults.
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