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Scientists from Brussels University noticed recently in a recent published article that enterotypes could be found also in mice model whatever the genetic background. Although genetic and environmental factor have to be taken in account during any experiment with mice, authors also said that mice enterotypes have also to be controlled. The two first authors of this study, Falk Hildebrand…

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Scientists from Brussels University noticed recently in a recent published article that enterotypes could be found also in mice model whatever the genetic background. Although genetic and environmental factor have to be taken in account during any experiment with mice, authors also said that mice enterotypes have also to be controlled. The two first authors of this study, Falk Hildebrand…

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The Second World Summit Gut Microbiota for Health took place in Madrid from the 24th til the 26th of February 2013. In case you weren't able to be present at the time of the summit, we have brought its content to you. You will be able to follow the different parts of the Summit: On Sunday afternoon, we have covered…

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The Second World Summit Gut Microbiota for Health took place in Madrid from the 24th til the 26th of February 2013. In case you weren't able to be present at the time of the summit, we have brought its content to you. You will be able to follow the different parts of the Summit: On Sunday afternoon, we have covered…

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Though atherosclerosis is an artery problem, microscopic denizens of the intestines may play a surprising role in how the disease plays out. A new study suggests that different mixes of intestinal microbes may determine whether people will have heart attacks or strokes brought on by break-away plaque from the arteries. Compared with healthy people, heart disease patients who have had…

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Though atherosclerosis is an artery problem, microscopic denizens of the intestines may play a surprising role in how the disease plays out. A new study suggests that different mixes of intestinal microbes may determine whether people will have heart attacks or strokes brought on by break-away plaque from the arteries. Compared with healthy people, heart disease patients who have had…

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EMBL Heidelberg and Washington University scientists Peer Bork and George Weinstock respectively deciphered for the first time the genotype of gut microbiota using metagenomics data. Europeans and North American dataset respectively available from MetaHIT and HMP project were analyzed using new bioinformatics tools specially developed by Peer's Bork group for this project. Dr Siegfried Schloissnig and Dr Shinishi Sunagawa, bioinformaticians…

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EMBL Heidelberg and Washington University scientists Peer Bork and George Weinstock respectively deciphered for the first time the genotype of gut microbiota using metagenomics data. Europeans and North American dataset respectively available from MetaHIT and HMP project were analyzed using new bioinformatics tools specially developed by Peer's Bork group for this project. Dr Siegfried Schloissnig and Dr Shinishi Sunagawa, bioinformaticians…

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(This report can be downloaded for free as a PDF.) One of the most intimate relationships that our body has with the outside world is through our gut. Our gastrointestinal tracts harbor a vast and still largely unexplored microbial world known as the human microbiome that scientists are only just beginning to understand. Researchers are recognizing the integral role of…

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(This report can be downloaded for free as a PDF.) One of the most intimate relationships that our body has with the outside world is through our gut. Our gastrointestinal tracts harbor a vast and still largely unexplored microbial world known as the human microbiome that scientists are only just beginning to understand. Researchers are recognizing the integral role of…

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Speakers: Peter Lakatos (Hungary), Sheila Crowe (USA) Bone mineral disease (BMD) is common in the general population, and there is an increased risk of developing disorders of BMD – osteopenia and osteoporosis – among people with gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, especially in those with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), untreated celiac disease, end-stage cholestatic liver disease and after gastric surgery. Dr Peter…

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Speakers: Peter Lakatos (Hungary), Sheila Crowe (USA) Bone mineral disease (BMD) is common in the general population, and there is an increased risk of developing disorders of BMD – osteopenia and osteoporosis – among people with gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, especially in those with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), untreated celiac disease, end-stage cholestatic liver disease and after gastric surgery. Dr Peter…

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Speakers: Sigrid Elsenbruch (Germany), Qasim Aziz (UK) The power of the placebo effect was first reported by Henry Beecher in 1955 in his seminal paper on the substitution of saline placebo for opiates in pain management when supplies of opiates were exhausted. Since then, the last 50 years have witnessed an explosion in the number of publications investigating the effects…

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Speakers: Sigrid Elsenbruch (Germany), Qasim Aziz (UK) The power of the placebo effect was first reported by Henry Beecher in 1955 in his seminal paper on the substitution of saline placebo for opiates in pain management when supplies of opiates were exhausted. Since then, the last 50 years have witnessed an explosion in the number of publications investigating the effects…

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Speakers: Nicholas Talley (Australia), Annamaria Staiano (Italy), Marc Benninga (The Netherlands), Lukas van Oudenhove (Belgium)   “The definition of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) as laid out in the Rome III criteria is now highly questionable.” This was the view expressed by Professor Nicholas Talley of the University of Newcastle, Australia when introducing his presentation on the Epidemiology of FGIDs and…

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Speakers: Nicholas Talley (Australia), Annamaria Staiano (Italy), Marc Benninga (The Netherlands), Lukas van Oudenhove (Belgium)   “The definition of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) as laid out in the Rome III criteria is now highly questionable.” This was the view expressed by Professor Nicholas Talley of the University of Newcastle, Australia when introducing his presentation on the Epidemiology of FGIDs and…

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Speakers: Franck Carbonnel (France), Johan Burisch (Denmark), Fergus Shanahan (Ireland) The role of gut microbiota in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is increasingly recognised, as evidenced by the escalating number of publications on microbiota, rising from less than 200 in 1990 to over 1200 in 2012 thus far. This fact was highlighted by Dr Fergus Shanahan when introducing…

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Speakers: Franck Carbonnel (France), Johan Burisch (Denmark), Fergus Shanahan (Ireland) The role of gut microbiota in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is increasingly recognised, as evidenced by the escalating number of publications on microbiota, rising from less than 200 in 1990 to over 1200 in 2012 thus far. This fact was highlighted by Dr Fergus Shanahan when introducing…

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