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The microbiota that resides in the gastrointestinal tract provides essential health benefits to its host, particularly by regulating immune homeostasis. Besides this, it has recently become relevant that alterations of intestinal microbial communities may be…

Clostridium difficile bacteria are a leading cause of infectious diarrhoea that generally affects patients who have recently undergone antibiotic treatment or who are hospitalized. Although microbial signatures could potentially be used for identifying subsets of…

Mutualistic interactions between host and commensal microbiota have a pivotal role in colonization resistance (CR), protection against infections by enteric pathogens such as Salmonella spp. Previous research supporting this idea includes a study of the…

Gut microbiome in Crohn’s disease (CD) and ulcerative colitis (UC), the two main forms of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), has been previously shown to have a reduced microbial diversity and may play a role in…

A crucial question underpinning the establishment of robust scientific connections between gut bacterial communities and health is: precisely how do the gut microbiota exert their effects in the intestinal tract and throughout the rest of…

The 2017 Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit is quickly approaching! About 400 scientists and healthcare professionals (gastroenterologists, paediatricians, nutritionists and dieticians…) from five continents will converge in Paris (France) on March 11th and 12th…

A recent study led by Dr. Jun Sun (Department of Medicine, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA) has found that butyrate, a bacterial metabolic by-product, may normalize the intestinal environment, including gut microbiota composition, and increase…

The oral microbiome begins developing within a few minutes after birth and some recent research is investigating the role of oral bacterial communities, not only as a potential target for antibiotics in oral diseases (like…

Maternal microbiota, mode of delivery, type of infant feeding and other factors can influence the infant microbiota in the perinatal period. Microbiota composition in the neonatal period and beyond seems to have a relevant role…

The microbiota that resides in the gastrointestinal tract provides essential health benefits to its host, particularly by regulating immune homeostasis. Besides this, it has recently become relevant that alterations of intestinal microbial communities may be…

Clostridium difficile bacteria are a leading cause of infectious diarrhoea that generally affects patients who have recently undergone antibiotic treatment or who are hospitalized. Although microbial signatures could potentially be used for identifying subsets of…

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The microbiota that resides in the gastrointestinal tract provides essential health benefits to its host, particularly by regulating immune homeostasis. Besides this, it has recently become relevant that alterations of intestinal microbial communities may be…

Clostridium difficile bacteria are a leading cause of infectious diarrhoea that generally affects patients who have recently undergone antibiotic treatment or who are hospitalized. Although microbial signatures could potentially be used for identifying subsets of…

Mutualistic interactions between host and commensal microbiota have a pivotal role in colonization resistance (CR), protection against infections by enteric pathogens such as Salmonella spp. Previous research supporting this idea includes a study of the…

Gut microbiome in Crohn’s disease (CD) and ulcerative colitis (UC), the two main forms of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), has been previously shown to have a reduced microbial diversity and may play a role in…

A crucial question underpinning the establishment of robust scientific connections between gut bacterial communities and health is: precisely how do the gut microbiota exert their effects in the intestinal tract and throughout the rest of…

The 2017 Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit is quickly approaching! About 400 scientists and healthcare professionals (gastroenterologists, paediatricians, nutritionists and dieticians…) from five continents will converge in Paris (France) on March 11th and 12th…

A recent study led by Dr. Jun Sun (Department of Medicine, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA) has found that butyrate, a bacterial metabolic by-product, may normalize the intestinal environment, including gut microbiota composition, and increase…

The oral microbiome begins developing within a few minutes after birth and some recent research is investigating the role of oral bacterial communities, not only as a potential target for antibiotics in oral diseases (like…

Maternal microbiota, mode of delivery, type of infant feeding and other factors can influence the infant microbiota in the perinatal period. Microbiota composition in the neonatal period and beyond seems to have a relevant role…

The microbiota that resides in the gastrointestinal tract provides essential health benefits to its host, particularly by regulating immune homeostasis. Besides this, it has recently become relevant that alterations of intestinal microbial communities may be…

Clostridium difficile bacteria are a leading cause of infectious diarrhoea that generally affects patients who have recently undergone antibiotic treatment or who are hospitalized. Although microbial signatures could potentially be used for identifying subsets of…

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