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The 2nd World Summit “Gut Microbiota for Health” (24–26 February 2013) ended yesterday with exciting results presented in the workshop outputs. Get your impression from the third day (Tuesday, 26 February 2013) by video-interviews with…

The 2nd World Summit “Gut Microbiota for Health” is currently taking place in Madrid (24–26 February 2013). Renowned experts from all over the world exchange recent findings and discuss emerging possibilities within an area that…

The 2nd World Summit “Gut Microbiota for Health” is currently taking place in Madrid (24–26 February 2013). Renowned experts from all over the world exchange recent findings and discuss emerging possibilities within an area that…

(27 February 2013) Although considerable progress has been made in determining the impact of the gut microbiota on the development of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and other gastrointestinal (GI) diseases, the detailed study and understanding of the composition and effects of this intestinal community still faces numerous methodological and empirical challenges. “Improvement of study design and sample collection, as well as a more precise understanding of the various genetic and environmental influences, are asked for,” says Professor Dirk Haller (Technical University Munich, Germany), who addressed some of the central issues that make up the agenda of future research. His talk was one of the topics presented at the 2nd World…

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The 2nd World Summit “Gut Microbiota for Health” (24–26 February 2013) ended yesterday with exciting results presented in the workshop outputs. Get your impression from the third day (Tuesday, 26 February 2013) by video-interviews with…

The 2nd World Summit “Gut Microbiota for Health” is currently taking place in Madrid (24–26 February 2013). Renowned experts from all over the world exchange recent findings and discuss emerging possibilities within an area that…

The 2nd World Summit “Gut Microbiota for Health” is currently taking place in Madrid (24–26 February 2013). Renowned experts from all over the world exchange recent findings and discuss emerging possibilities within an area that…

(27 February 2013) Although considerable progress has been made in determining the impact of the gut microbiota on the development of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and other gastrointestinal (GI) diseases, the detailed study and understanding of the composition and effects of this intestinal community still faces numerous methodological and empirical challenges. “Improvement of study design and sample collection, as well as a more precise understanding of the various genetic and environmental influences, are asked for,” says Professor Dirk Haller (Technical University Munich, Germany), who addressed some of the central issues that make up the agenda of future research. His talk was one of the topics presented at the 2nd World…

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