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Ruairi Robertson est nutritionniste, microbiologiste et expert en neurosciences en particulier sur l'axe intestin/cerveau. Dans son intervention au cours de TEDxFulbrightSantaMonica, « Food for thought: How your belly controls your brain » (« Comment votre…

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Ruairi Robertson est nutritionniste, microbiologiste et expert en neurosciences en particulier sur l'axe intestin/cerveau. Dans son intervention au cours de TEDxFulbrightSantaMonica, « Food for thought: How your belly controls your brain » (« Comment votre…

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Recent research has started focusing on the role of the oral microbiota in host health and exacerbation of some systemic diseases. Although increased levels of certain oral-derived microbes have been found in the gut microbiota…

Germ-free mice have been used widely during the last decade for studying the relevance and effect of resident bacteria on host physiology and pathology. Experimental data using animals with controlled gut colonization have identified three…

The gut microbiota exerts a miscellany of protective, structural and metabolic effects on the intestinal mucosa. Although it is well recognized that the composition of the colonizing gut microbiota contributes to normal immunity by educating…

The 7th Gut Microbiota for Health (GMFH) World Summit is set to be held in Rome, Italy, on March 10th and 11th, 2018! The event is co-organized by the Gut Microbiota & Health section of…

Since Elie Metchnikoff first linked gut microbes and intake of fermented foods to health and longevity, there has been increasing interest in how ageing affects the gut microbiota composition and functional diversity to promote health…

Research in the gut microbiome field has usually only focused on resident bacteria and the related bacterial-host interactions. However, emerging scientific evidence suggests that studying the human fungal community (called mycobiome) could help us better…

Dietary components’ effects on host health are thought to be mediated in part by their specific effects on the gut microbiome. Probiotics and prebiotics are the most studied substrates, whereas little is known about the…

When Leo Tolstoy wrote the first line of his classic novel Anna Karenina—“All happy families are like one another; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way"—he probably never thought it would apply to…

Recent research has started focusing on the role of the oral microbiota in host health and exacerbation of some systemic diseases. Although increased levels of certain oral-derived microbes have been found in the gut microbiota…

Germ-free mice have been used widely during the last decade for studying the relevance and effect of resident bacteria on host physiology and pathology. Experimental data using animals with controlled gut colonization have identified three…

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Recent research has started focusing on the role of the oral microbiota in host health and exacerbation of some systemic diseases. Although increased levels of certain oral-derived microbes have been found in the gut microbiota…

Germ-free mice have been used widely during the last decade for studying the relevance and effect of resident bacteria on host physiology and pathology. Experimental data using animals with controlled gut colonization have identified three…

The gut microbiota exerts a miscellany of protective, structural and metabolic effects on the intestinal mucosa. Although it is well recognized that the composition of the colonizing gut microbiota contributes to normal immunity by educating…

The 7th Gut Microbiota for Health (GMFH) World Summit is set to be held in Rome, Italy, on March 10th and 11th, 2018! The event is co-organized by the Gut Microbiota & Health section of…

Since Elie Metchnikoff first linked gut microbes and intake of fermented foods to health and longevity, there has been increasing interest in how ageing affects the gut microbiota composition and functional diversity to promote health…

Research in the gut microbiome field has usually only focused on resident bacteria and the related bacterial-host interactions. However, emerging scientific evidence suggests that studying the human fungal community (called mycobiome) could help us better…

Dietary components’ effects on host health are thought to be mediated in part by their specific effects on the gut microbiome. Probiotics and prebiotics are the most studied substrates, whereas little is known about the…

When Leo Tolstoy wrote the first line of his classic novel Anna Karenina—“All happy families are like one another; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way"—he probably never thought it would apply to…

Recent research has started focusing on the role of the oral microbiota in host health and exacerbation of some systemic diseases. Although increased levels of certain oral-derived microbes have been found in the gut microbiota…

Germ-free mice have been used widely during the last decade for studying the relevance and effect of resident bacteria on host physiology and pathology. Experimental data using animals with controlled gut colonization have identified three…

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