Our work in the news

Reconstitution of the gut microbiota of antibiotic-treated patients by autologous fecal microbiota transplant
NIH Research Matters: Fecal transplants restore gut microbes after antibiotics
Pharmastar, il giornale on line sui farmaci: Trapianto di feci può ripristinare il microbiota fecale dopo il trapianto allogenico di staminali
Hola Doctor: Trasplante fecal: un aliado de los pacientes con cáncer
Deutsches Ärzteblatt: Autologe Stuhltransplantation beschleunigt Erholung der Darmflora nach Stammzelltherapie
And others

Integration of Metabolic and Quorum Sensing Signals Governing The Decision to Cooperate in a Bacterial Social Trait
Highlight in PLOS Biologue

Biofilm formation as a response to ecological competition
Highlight in Nature

Precision microbiome reconstitution restores bile acid mediated resistance to Clostridium difficile
The Scientist: Microbes Fight Chronic Infection
Scientific American
Science Magazine: blog post
Cell Host & Microbe Microbial Bile Acid Metabolic Clusters: The Bouncers at the Bar, Commentary by Joseph A. Sorg
NATURE REVIEWS GASTROENTEROLOGY & HEPATOLOGY Microbiota reconstitution for resistance to Clostridium difficile infection—fight fire with fire? Research Highlight
NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY Systematic discovery of probiotics News and Views by Samuel C Forster & Trevor D Lawley
Cell Metabolism, commentary by K. Leigh Greathouse, Curtis C. Harris and Scott J. Bultman

Turning ecology and evolution against cancer
Highlight in MIT News

Emergence of spatial structure in the tumor microenvironment due to the Warburg effect
Article in the April 2014 issue of MSKCC Center News Magazine:
Turning to Bacteria for Cancer Clues

Multilevel selection analysis of a microbial social trait
Brazilian science web magazine: Instituto Ciencia Hoje (in Portuguese)

Convergent evolution of hyperswarming leads to impaired biofilm formation in pathogenic bacteria
Carl Zimmer’s “Matter” at the New York Times
Science at the New York Times
Dave on the Radio: “Big Picture Science” on NPR
The Scientist
Hyperswarmers in Spanish: El País: Consiguen forzar –y filmar– la evolución de un tipo de bacteria
Hyperswarmers in French: Chez les bactéries, il faut choisir entre nager et se protéger !
Scientific American podcast
Cell Reports issue cover
Joao and Dave at the Cell Press Podcast (20 September 2013)

Profound alterations of intestinal microbiota following a single dose of Clindamycin results in sustained susceptibility to C. difficile-induced colitis
Science Translational Medicine “Editor’s choice”
Highlight in ASM Microbe
Highlight in MSKCC News

A molecular mechanism that stabilizes cooperative secretions in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Science “Editor’s choice”

Emergence of spatial structure in cell groups and the evolution of cooperation
Quanta Magazine

Cooperation and conflict in microbial biofilms
“In this issue” editorial highlight at PNAS
Carl Zimmer’s Microcosm

Biofilm-control strategies based on enzymic disruption of the extracellular polymeric substance matrix–a modelling study
Highlight in Nature Reviews Microbiology
Issue cover

Other interesting stuff

There Is No ‘Healthy’ Microbiome by Ed Young

Learning about cancer cells using image recognition on a presentation by Carlos Carmona Fontaine

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