Microbiology & Immunology Publications

 

Research in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology Publications revolves around two major fields of scientific endeavor, these fields involve studies on bacteria, virus, parasites, cancer and immune cells with an emphasis on molecular biology, biochemistry, and pathogenesis. Within these fields are several research groups, including the Western HIV Investigators Group, the Bacteria Pathogenesis group, the Cancer Group, the Probiotic Group and the Biotherapeutics Group.

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Submissions from 2021

Improved methods for biomarker analysis of the big five mycotoxins enables reliable exposure characterization in a population of childbearing age women in Rwanda, Stephanie L. Collins, Jacob P. Walsh, Justin B. Renaud, Amy McMillan, Stephen Rulisa, J. David Miller, Gregor Reid, and Mark W. Sumarah

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The International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics (ISAPP) consensus statement on fermented foods, Maria L. Marco, Mary Ellen Sanders, Michael Gänzle, Marie Claire Arrieta, Paul D. Cotter, Luc De Vuyst, Colin Hill, Wilhelm Holzapfel, Sarah Lebeer, Dan Merenstein, Gregor Reid, Benjamin E. Wolfe, and Robert Hutkins

Probiotics in Cosmetic and Personal Care Products: Trends and Challenges, Scarlett Puebla-Barragan and Gregor Reid

Submissions from 2020

Oxalate-degrading bacillus subtilis mitigates urolithiasis in a drosophila melanogaster model, Kait F. Al, Brendan A. Daisley, Ryan M. Chanyi, Jennifer Bjazevic, Hassan Razvi, Gregor Reid, and Jeremy P. Burton

Ureteral Stent Microbiota Is Associated with Patient Comorbidities but Not Antibiotic Exposure, Kait F. Al, John D. Denstedt, Brendan A. Daisley, Jennifer Bjazevic, Blayne K. Welk, Stephen E. Pautler, Gregory B. Gloor, Gregor Reid, Hassan Razvi, and Jeremy P. Burton

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Using Probiotics to Flatten the Curve of Coronavirus Disease COVID-2019 Pandemic., David Baud, Varvara Dimopoulou Agri, Glenn R Gibson, Gregor Reid, and Eric Giannoni

Nutritional, microbial, and allergenic changes during the fermentation of cashew ‘cheese’ product using a quinoa-based rejuvelac starter culture, Jennifer M. Chen, Kait F. Al, Laura J. Craven, Shannon Seney, Margaret Coons, Heather McCormick, Gregor Reid, Colleen O’connor, and Jeremy P. Burton

Understanding the Effects of Sublethal Pesticide Exposure on Honey Bees: A Role for Probiotics as Mediators of Environmental Stress, John A. Chmiel, Brendan A. Daisley, Andrew P. Pitek, Graham J. Thompson, and Gregor Reid

Allogenic Fecal Microbiota Transplantation in Patients with Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Improves Abnormal Small Intestinal Permeability: A Randomized Control Trial, Laura Craven, Adam Rahman, Seema Nair Parvathy, Melanie Beaton, Justin Silverman, Karim Qumosani, Irene Hramiak, Rob Hegele, Tisha Joy, Jon Meddings, Brad Urquhart, Ruth Harvie, Charles McKenzie, Kelly Summers, Gregor Reid, Jeremy P. Burton, and Michael Silverman

Abiraterone acetate preferentially enriches for the gut commensal Akkermansia muciniphila in castrate-resistant prostate cancer patients, Brendan A. Daisley, Ryan M. Chanyi, Kamilah Abdur-Rashid, Kait F. Al, Shaeley Gibbons, John A. Chmiel, Hannah Wilcox, Gregor Reid, Amanda Anderson, Malcolm Dewar, Shiva M. Nair, Joseph Chin, and Jeremy P. Burton

Author Correction: Abiraterone acetate preferentially enriches for the gut commensal Akkermansia muciniphila in castrate-resistant prostate cancer patients (Nature Communications, (2020), 11, 1, (4822), 10.1038/s41467-020-18649-5), Brendan A. Daisley, Ryan M. Chanyi, Kamilah Abdur-Rashid, Kait F. Al, Shaeley Gibbons, John A. Chmiel, Hannah Wilcox, Gregor Reid, Amanda Anderson, Malcolm Dewar, Shiva M. Nair, Joseph Chin, and Jeremy P. Burton

Missing Microbes in Bees: How Systematic Depletion of Key Symbionts Erodes Immunity, Brendan A. Daisley, John A. Chmiel, Andrew P. Pitek, Graham J. Thompson, and Gregor Reid

Lactobacillus spp. attenuate antibiotic-induced immune and microbiota dysregulation in honey bees, Brendan A. Daisley, Andrew P. Pitek, John A. Chmiel, Shaeley Gibbons, Anna M. Chernyshova, Kait F. Al, Kyrillos M. Faragalla, Jeremy P. Burton, Graham J. Thompson, and Gregor Reid

Different and diverse anaerobic microbiota were seen in women living with HIV with unsuppressed HIV viral load and in women with recurrent bacterial vaginosis: a cohort study, C. Elwood, A. Y.K. Albert, E. McClymont, E. Wagner, D. Mahal, K. Devakandan, B. L. Quiqley, Z. Pakzad, M. H. Yudin, J. E. Hill, D. Money, Alan Bocking, Gregory Gloor, Matthew Links, Gregor Reid, and Patrick Tang

Probiotics and COVID-19, Eric Giannoni, David Baud, Varvara Dimopoulou Agri, Glenn R. Gibson, and Gregor Reid

Malodorous biogenic amines in Escherichia coli-caused urinary tract infections in women—a metabolomics approach, Scarlett Puebla-Barragan, Justin Renaud, Mark Sumarah, and Gregor Reid

Fourteen steps to relevance: taking probiotics from the bench to the consumer, Gregor Reid

Empowering women through probiotic fermented food in East Africa, Gregor Reid, Wilbert Sybesma, William Matovu, Arnold Onyango, Nieke Westerik, and Remco Kort

Future of Probiotics and Prebiotics and the Implications for Early Career Researchers, Irina Spacova, Hemraj B. Dodiya, Anna Ursula Happel, Conall Strain, Dieter Vandenheuvel, Xuedan Wang, and Gregor Reid

The International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics (ISAPP) consensus statement on the definition and scope of synbiotics, Kelly S. Swanson, Glenn R. Gibson, Robert Hutkins, Raylene A. Reimer, Gregor Reid, Kristin Verbeke, Karen P. Scott, Hannah D. Holscher, Meghan B. Azad, Nathalie M. Delzenne, and Mary Ellen Sanders

Effect of oral probiotic Lactobacillus rhamnosus GR-1 and lactobacillus reuteri RC-14 on the vaginal microbiota, cytokines and chemokines in pregnant women, Siwen Yang, Gregor Reid, John R.G. Challis, Gregory B. Gloor, Elizabeth Asztalos, Deborah Money, Shannon Seney, and Alan D. Bocking

Submissions from 2019

Potential role of extracellular ATP released by bacteria in bladder infection and contractility, Behnam Abbasian, Aidan Shair, David B. O'Gorman, Ana M. Pena-Diaz, Liam Brennan, Kathleen Engelbrecht, David W. Koenig, Gregor Reid, and Jeremy P. Burtona

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Probiotics: Reiterating what they are and what they are not, Azza A. Gadir, Raja Dhir, and Gregor Reid

Moderate Renal Impairment and Toxic Metabolites Produced by the Intestinal Microbiome: Dietary Implications, Michael Pignanelli, Chrysi Bogiatzi, Gregory Gloor, Emma Allen-Vercoe, Gregor Reid, Bradley L. Urquhart, Kelsey N. Ruetz, Thomas J. Velenosi, and J. David Spence

Forty-five-year evolution of probiotic therapy, Scarlett Puebla-Barragan and Gregor Reid