Application of carbon dioxide to the skin and muscle oxygenation of human lower-limb muscle sites during cold water immersion
–– This study provides new information regarding the potential mechanisms underlying the effects of cold water immersion may have many applications to its use in athlete recovery.
Uncovering the microbiome of invasive sympatric European brown hares and European rabbits in Australia
–– A comprehensive study on the microbiota of an invasive terrestrial mammal.
Database limitations for studying the human gut microbiome
–– A good example of why multiple tools and resources are ideal for analyzing microbiome data.
Prevalence of and risk factors associated with latent tuberculosis infection in a Latin American region
–– There is limited understanding of latent tb infection and prevalence. This article helps understand the risk factors that may be responsible for the latent tuberculosis infection and prevalence in resource limited countries. Studies such as this helps design better treatment and TB Transmission control programs.
Descriptive profile of risk factors for cardiovascular diseases using WHO STEP wise approach in Madhya Pradesh
–– There is great need for an efficient and effective public health system in India. In this paper, STEPS survey as per WHO guidelines was taken to get periodic information on risk factor distribution in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India to assess the prevalence of risk factor associated with non-communicable diseases (NCDs). A very interesting results from statistical analysis on 5680 adults concluded that a large section of the population of Madhya Pradesh is either suffering from NCDs or they are susceptible to acquire NCDs. The study set benchmarking information for various public health programs conducted by the Indian government.
Improved normalization of species count data in ecology by scaling with ranked subsampling (SRS): application to microbial communities
–– This manuscript provides a superior alternative to analyzing community structure using rarefaction curves.
Arabidopsis thaliana exudates induce growth and proteomic changes in Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus
–– Results contribute with new knowledge in the plant-microorganism interaction by proteomic and genomic approach.
Exploring the socio-economic and environmental components of infectious diseases using multivariate geovisualization: West Nile Virus
–– This research employed spatial visualization method to study the relationship between population vulnerability and the West Nile Virus. It is a cross-disciplinary work that could be interesting to public health, environment, GIS, and Epidemiology.
Antimicrobial stewardship in remote primary healthcare across northern Australia
–– This MS contains many new details, new in the field
RdRp mutations are associated with SARS-CoV-2 genome evolution
–– During the COVID-19 pandemia it is important to understand the mutations associated with SARS-COV2 virus.

Section discussions

New records of the middle Eocene carettochelyid #turtle turtle Anosteira pulchra from the Uinta Formation of Utah out today by my wonderful @MidwesternUniv colleagues @BrentMwu and @DrBethTownsend, and @PatriciaHolroyd @thePeerJ: https://t.co/fKz1bHBbON https://t.co/HSVmMuqKNG

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Excited that the final version of our paper "Identifying mangrove-coral habitats in the Florida Keys" is now published in PeerJ! https://t.co/yOeBLQdVhQ #coral #mangrove #ecology cc @deepseadawn bc snazzy figures made using Esri base maps!

Epibiont hydroids on beachcast Sargassum in the Mexican Caribbean https://t.co/zfPAkNyC9a @thePeerJ https://t.co/I0t1D4yOMs

An article I handled as editor has been published today @thePeerJ https://t.co/AlFPOtOPGJ #Paleontology #Taxonomy #Zoology #brittlestar #scicomm

An article I handled as editor has been published today @thePeerJ https://t.co/CaHILIkLWy #EvolutionaryStudies #Paleontology #Taxonomy #Zoology #Scicomm #Turtles