Hologenomic adaptations underlying the evolution of sanguivory in the common vampire bat

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Hologenomic adaptations underlying the evolution of sanguivory in the common vampire bat. / Zepeda Mendoza, M. Lisandra; Xiong, Zijun; Escalera-Zamudio, Marina; Runge, Anne Kathrine; Thézé, Julien; Streicker, Daniel; Frank, Hannah K.; Loza-Rubio, Elizabeth; Liu, Shengmao; Ryder, Oliver A.; Samaniego Castruita, Jose Alfredo; Katzourakis, Aris; Pacheco, George; Taboada, Blanca; Löber, Ulrike; Pybus, Oliver G.; Li, Yang; Rojas-Anaya, Edith; Bohmann, Kristine; Carmona Baez, Aldo; Arias, Carlos F.; Liu, Shiping; Greenwood, Alex D.; Bertelsen, Mads F.; White, Nicole E.; Bunce, Michael; Zhang, Guojie; Sicheritz-Pontén, Thomas; Gilbert, M. P.Thomas.

In: Nature Ecology & Evolution, Vol. 2, 2018, p. 659-668.

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Zepeda Mendoza, ML, Xiong, Z, Escalera-Zamudio, M, Runge, AK, Thézé, J, Streicker, D, Frank, HK, Loza-Rubio, E, Liu, S, Ryder, OA, Samaniego Castruita, JA, Katzourakis, A, Pacheco, G, Taboada, B, Löber, U, Pybus, OG, Li, Y, Rojas-Anaya, E, Bohmann, K, Carmona Baez, A, Arias, CF, Liu, S, Greenwood, AD, Bertelsen, MF, White, NE, Bunce, M, Zhang, G, Sicheritz-Pontén, T & Gilbert, MPT 2018, 'Hologenomic adaptations underlying the evolution of sanguivory in the common vampire bat', Nature Ecology & Evolution, vol. 2, pp. 659-668. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-018-0476-8

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Zepeda Mendoza, M. L., Xiong, Z., Escalera-Zamudio, M., Runge, A. K., Thézé, J., Streicker, D., ... Gilbert, M. P. T. (2018). Hologenomic adaptations underlying the evolution of sanguivory in the common vampire bat. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2, 659-668. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-018-0476-8

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Zepeda Mendoza ML, Xiong Z, Escalera-Zamudio M, Runge AK, Thézé J, Streicker D, Frank HK, Loza-Rubio E, Liu S, Ryder OA, Samaniego Castruita JA, Katzourakis A, Pacheco G, Taboada B, Löber U, Pybus OG, Li Y, Rojas-Anaya E, Bohmann K, Carmona Baez A, Arias CF, Liu S, Greenwood AD, Bertelsen MF, White NE, Bunce M, Zhang G, Sicheritz-Pontén T, Gilbert MPT. 2018. Hologenomic adaptations underlying the evolution of sanguivory in the common vampire bat. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2:659-668. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-018-0476-8

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Zepeda Mendoza ML, Xiong Z, Escalera-Zamudio M, Runge AK, Thézé J, Streicker D et al. Hologenomic adaptations underlying the evolution of sanguivory in the common vampire bat. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2018;2:659-668. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-018-0476-8

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Zepeda Mendoza, M. Lisandra ; Xiong, Zijun ; Escalera-Zamudio, Marina ; Runge, Anne Kathrine ; Thézé, Julien ; Streicker, Daniel ; Frank, Hannah K. ; Loza-Rubio, Elizabeth ; Liu, Shengmao ; Ryder, Oliver A. ; Samaniego Castruita, Jose Alfredo ; Katzourakis, Aris ; Pacheco, George ; Taboada, Blanca ; Löber, Ulrike ; Pybus, Oliver G. ; Li, Yang ; Rojas-Anaya, Edith ; Bohmann, Kristine ; Carmona Baez, Aldo ; Arias, Carlos F. ; Liu, Shiping ; Greenwood, Alex D. ; Bertelsen, Mads F. ; White, Nicole E. ; Bunce, Michael ; Zhang, Guojie ; Sicheritz-Pontén, Thomas ; Gilbert, M. P.Thomas. / Hologenomic adaptations underlying the evolution of sanguivory in the common vampire bat. In: Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2018 ; Vol. 2. pp. 659-668.

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title = "Hologenomic adaptations underlying the evolution of sanguivory in the common vampire bat",
abstract = "Adaptation to specialized diets often requires modifications at both genomic and microbiome levels. We applied a hologenomic approach to the common vampire bat (Desmodus rotundus), one of the only three obligate blood-feeding (sanguivorous) mammals, to study the evolution of its complex dietary adaptation. Specifically, we assembled its high-quality reference genome (scaffold N50 = 26.9 Mb, contig N50 = 36.6 kb) and gut metagenome, and compared them against those of insectivorous, frugivorous and carnivorous bats. Our analyses showed a particular common vampire bat genomic landscape regarding integrated viral elements, a dietary and phylogenetic influence on gut microbiome taxonomic and functional profiles, and that both genetic elements harbour key traits related to the nutritional (for example, vitamin and lipid shortage) and non-nutritional (for example, nitrogen waste and osmotic homeostasis) challenges of sanguivory. These findings highlight the value of a holistic study of both the host and its microbiota when attempting to decipher adaptations underlying radical dietary lifestyles.",
author = "{Zepeda Mendoza}, {M. Lisandra} and Zijun Xiong and Marina Escalera-Zamudio and Runge, {Anne Kathrine} and Julien Th{\'e}z{\'e} and Daniel Streicker and Frank, {Hannah K.} and Elizabeth Loza-Rubio and Shengmao Liu and Ryder, {Oliver A.} and {Samaniego Castruita}, {Jose Alfredo} and Aris Katzourakis and George Pacheco and Blanca Taboada and Ulrike L{\"o}ber and Pybus, {Oliver G.} and Yang Li and Edith Rojas-Anaya and Kristine Bohmann and {Carmona Baez}, Aldo and Arias, {Carlos F.} and Shiping Liu and Greenwood, {Alex D.} and Bertelsen, {Mads F.} and White, {Nicole E.} and Michael Bunce and Guojie Zhang and Thomas Sicheritz-Pont{\'e}n and Gilbert, {M. P.Thomas}",
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AU - Zepeda Mendoza, M. Lisandra

AU - Xiong, Zijun

AU - Escalera-Zamudio, Marina

AU - Runge, Anne Kathrine

AU - Thézé, Julien

AU - Streicker, Daniel

AU - Frank, Hannah K.

AU - Loza-Rubio, Elizabeth

AU - Liu, Shengmao

AU - Ryder, Oliver A.

AU - Samaniego Castruita, Jose Alfredo

AU - Katzourakis, Aris

AU - Pacheco, George

AU - Taboada, Blanca

AU - Löber, Ulrike

AU - Pybus, Oliver G.

AU - Li, Yang

AU - Rojas-Anaya, Edith

AU - Bohmann, Kristine

AU - Carmona Baez, Aldo

AU - Arias, Carlos F.

AU - Liu, Shiping

AU - Greenwood, Alex D.

AU - Bertelsen, Mads F.

AU - White, Nicole E.

AU - Bunce, Michael

AU - Zhang, Guojie

AU - Sicheritz-Pontén, Thomas

AU - Gilbert, M. P.Thomas

N1 - Open Access This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, which permits use, sharing, adaptation, distribution and reproduction in any medium or format, as long as you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. Commons license and your intended use is not permitted by statutory regulation or exceeds the permitted use, you will need to obtain permission directly from the copyright holder. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.

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N2 - Adaptation to specialized diets often requires modifications at both genomic and microbiome levels. We applied a hologenomic approach to the common vampire bat (Desmodus rotundus), one of the only three obligate blood-feeding (sanguivorous) mammals, to study the evolution of its complex dietary adaptation. Specifically, we assembled its high-quality reference genome (scaffold N50 = 26.9 Mb, contig N50 = 36.6 kb) and gut metagenome, and compared them against those of insectivorous, frugivorous and carnivorous bats. Our analyses showed a particular common vampire bat genomic landscape regarding integrated viral elements, a dietary and phylogenetic influence on gut microbiome taxonomic and functional profiles, and that both genetic elements harbour key traits related to the nutritional (for example, vitamin and lipid shortage) and non-nutritional (for example, nitrogen waste and osmotic homeostasis) challenges of sanguivory. These findings highlight the value of a holistic study of both the host and its microbiota when attempting to decipher adaptations underlying radical dietary lifestyles.

AB - Adaptation to specialized diets often requires modifications at both genomic and microbiome levels. We applied a hologenomic approach to the common vampire bat (Desmodus rotundus), one of the only three obligate blood-feeding (sanguivorous) mammals, to study the evolution of its complex dietary adaptation. Specifically, we assembled its high-quality reference genome (scaffold N50 = 26.9 Mb, contig N50 = 36.6 kb) and gut metagenome, and compared them against those of insectivorous, frugivorous and carnivorous bats. Our analyses showed a particular common vampire bat genomic landscape regarding integrated viral elements, a dietary and phylogenetic influence on gut microbiome taxonomic and functional profiles, and that both genetic elements harbour key traits related to the nutritional (for example, vitamin and lipid shortage) and non-nutritional (for example, nitrogen waste and osmotic homeostasis) challenges of sanguivory. These findings highlight the value of a holistic study of both the host and its microbiota when attempting to decipher adaptations underlying radical dietary lifestyles.

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JO - Nature Ecology & Evolution

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