Toxics, Volume 9, Issue 1 (January 2021) – 16 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): The zebrafish is increasingly utilized to study how gut microbes mediate the effect of environmental exposure on physiology. However, it is not evident how the types of microbes that reside in the zebrafish gut vary across studies or facilities. To advance the utility of this important model system, Sharpton et al. integrated data spanning a variety of zebrafish microbiome investigations to resolve those microbial taxa that are unexpectedly common across studies. They also measured each taxon’s sensitivity to various exposures. Their efforts help future studies to assess the robustness of their results and prioritize taxa for empirical assessment of how gut microbiota mediate the physiological effects of exposure. View this paper
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