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  1. High-resolution phylogenetic analysis of Endomicrobia reveals multiple acquisitions of endosymbiotic lineages by termite gut flagellates
  2. Microenvironmental heterogeneity of gut compartments drives bacterial community structure in wood- and humus-feeding higher termites
  3. Genome analysis of ‘CandidatusAncillula trichonymphae’, first representative of a deep-branching clade ofBifidobacteriales, strengthens evidence for convergent evolution in flagellate endosymbionts
  4. ‘Candidatus Adiutrix intracellularis’, an endosymbiont of termite gut flagellates, is the first representative of a deep-branching clade of Deltaproteobacteria and a putative homoacetogen
  5. Factors shaping complex gut microbiota in insects: What can we learn from cockroaches?
  6. Deterministic Assembly of Complex Bacterial Communities in Guts of Germ-Free Cockroaches
  7. Metagenomic analysis of the microbiota in the highly compartmented hindguts of six wood- or soil-feeding higher termites
  8. Age polyethism drives community structure of the bacterial gut microbiota in the fungus-cultivating termiteOdontotermes formosanus
  9. Diet is the primary determinant of bacterial community structure in the guts of higher termites
  10. Classifying the bacterial gut microbiota of termites and cockroaches: A curated phylogenetic reference database (DictDb)
  11. The bacterial gut microbiota of two cockroach species dwelling in degrading wood
  12. Identifying the core microbial community in the gut of fungus-growing termites
  13. The fibre-associated cellulolytic bacterial community in the hindgut of wood-feeding higher termites (Nasutitermesspp.)
  14. Analysis of Midgut Bacterial Community Structure of <i>Neanthes chilkaensis</i> from Polluted Mudflats of Gorai, Mumbai, India
  15. Immune-modulating gut symbionts are not “Candidatus Arthromitus”
  16. ‘Candidatus Arthromitus’ revised: segmented filamentous bacteria in arthropod guts are members of Lachnospiraceae