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Workshop 5: Faecal microbiota transplantation

15 Apr 2013

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Speakers: Anne Vrieze (Netherlands), Lawrence Brandt (USA)   Dr Vrieze’s talk focused on faecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) as a therapy for metabolic syndrome and C. difficile inflammation (CDI), under the guiding question whether the lacking diversity of the gut microbiota,

Moderated by Paul W O'Toole and Joël Doré (@dorejoel)   Moderators aimed to make technical differences between the two categories of microbial community analysis, to help understand methods involved in gut microbiota analysis and to answer clinical questions involving analysis

A video from the GMFH 2013

8 Apr 2013

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A video with some key speakers from the GMFH 2013, Dr James Versalovic, Dr Francisco Guarner, Dr Fernando Azpiroz, Dr Lawrence Brandt and Dr Gary Wu. The following subjects are dealt with:   • Microbial ecology of the gastrointestinal tract

Can you tell us about your experience prior to Enterome?   PR: I worked for 14 years as a general practitioner, a family doctor and even as a country doctor. I think it’s worth mentioning because my interest for gut

We interviewed Prof. Joël Doré, Head of Research at the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA - Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique), at the 2nd Gut Microbiota for Health Summit, in order to find out more about gut microbiota. Prof Doré’s

Dr Liou brings her light about gastric bypass

1 Apr 2013

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Dr Alice Liou, first author of a recent article published in Science Translational Medicine,  gives us some clarification about gastric bypass effect on intestinal microbiota.   1) What is your background ?   I am a gastrointestinal physiologist with an

In a healthy adult, microbial cells are estimated to outnumber human cells 10 to one. Many microbes maintain our health, while others cause illness. Recent investigations of the human gut microbiome have discovered important ways in which gut microbes may influence

The early life gut microbiota

24 Mar 2013

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Knowing how microbiota is established in the gut is a very important topic regarding epithelium maturation and immune system developpement. The early studies focused on the dynamic of the microbiota in infant aiming to understand homeostasy mecanisms. The early life