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2021
A2

Primate phageomes are structured by superhost phylogeny and environment.

Gogarten, JF, Rühlemann M, Archie E, Tung J, Akoua-Koffi C, Bang C, Deschner T, Muyembe-Tamfun J-J, Robbins MM, Schubert G, Surbeck M, Wittig RM, Zuberbühler K, Baines JF, Franke A, Leendertz FH, Calvignac-Spencer S, 

2021
C2

Constitutive immune activity promotes JNK- and FoxO-dependent remodeling of Drosophila airways.

Wagner C, Uliczka K, Bossen J, Niu X, Fink C, Thiedmann M, Knop M, Vock C, Abdelsadik A, Zissler UM, Isermann K, Garn H, Pieper M, Wegmann M, Koczulla AR, Vogelmeier CF, Schmidt-Weber CB, Fehrenbach H, König P, Silverman N, Renz H, Pfefferle P, Heine H, Roeder T (2021) Cell Reports 35(1): 108956, doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2021.108956.

2021
A1

gapseq: informed prediction of bacterial metabolic pathways and reconstruction of accurate metabolic models

Zimmermann J, Kaleta C, Waschina S (2021) Genome Biol. 22(81):1-35. doi: 10.1186/s13059-021-02295-1

2021
A4

Evolution of microbiota–host associations: the microbe’s perspective

Obeng N, Bansept F, Sieber M, Traulsen A, Schulenburg H (2021) Trends in Microbiol. doi: 10.1016/j.tim.2021.02.005

2021
A4

On the evolutionary origins of host–microbe associations.

Sieber M, Traulsen A, Schulenburg H, Douglas AE (2021) PNAS. 10.1073/pnas.2016487118

2021
B1
C4

Lifestyle of sponge symbiont phages by host prediction and correlative microscopy

Jahn MT, Lachnit T, Markert SM, Stigloher C, Pita L, Ribes M, Dutilh BE, Hentschel U (2021) ISME J. doi: 10.1038/s41396-021-00900-6

2021
C1

Animal development in the microbial world: Re-thinking the conceptual framework. 

Bosch TCG and McFall-Ngai M (2021) Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 141:399-427. ISSN 0070-2153. doi: 10.1016/bs.ctdb.2020.11.007

2021
C1

Animal development in the microbial world: The power of experimental model systems.

McFall-Ngai M and Bosch TCG (2021) Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 141: 371-397. ISSN 0070-2153. doi: 10.1016/bs.ctdb.2020.10.002

2021
C1

The hygiene hypothesis, the COVID pandemic, and consequences for the humanmicrobiome

Finlay BB, Amato KR, Azad M, Blaser MJ, Bosch TCG, Chu H, Dominguez-Bello MG, Ehrlich SD, Elinav E, Geva-Zatorsky N, Gros P, Guillemin K, Keck F, Korem T, McFall-Ngai MJ, Melby MK, Nichter M, Pettersson S, Poinar H, Rees T, Tropini C, Zhao L, Giles-Vernick T (2021) PNAS. doi: 10.1073/pnas.2010217118

2021
A2
INF

Genome-wide association study in 8,956 German individuals identifies influence of ABO histo-blood groups on gut microbiome.

Rühlemann MC, Hermes BM, Bang C, Doms S, Moitinho-Silva L, Thingholm LB, Frost F, Degenhardt F, Wittig M, Kässens J, Weiss FU, Peters A, Neuhaus K, Völker U, Völzke H, Homuth G, Weiss S, Laudes M, Lieb W, Haller D, Lerch MM, Baines JF, Franke A (2021) Nat Genet. 53, 147–155. doi: 10.1038/s41588-020-00747-1

2020
A3

Seed-derived microbial colonization of wild emmer and domesticated bread wheat (Triticum dicoccoides and T. aestivum) seedlings shows pronounced differences in overall diversity and composition

Özkurt E, Hassani MA, Sesiz U, Künzel S, Dagan T, Özkan H, H. Stukenbrock E (2020) mBio. 11(6): e02637-20. doi: 10.1128/mBio.02637-20

2020
B2

The native microbiome is crucial for offspring generation and fitness of Aurelia aurita

Weiland-Bräuer N, Pinnow N, Langfeldt D, Roik A, Güllert S, Chibani CM, Reusch TBH, Schmitz RA (2020) mBio. 11(6) e02336-20. doi: 10.1128/mBio.02336-20

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