We are pleased to introduce the second edition of our « Best of » series!
This edition is a summary of the latest scientific research on the gut microbiota and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). It is a selection of content from the ESNM’s Gut Microbiota for Health website, compiled and edited by Prof. Philippe Marteau and Harry Sokol, in partnership with the European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation (ECCO-IBD).
IBD research has made some exciting progress in the past decade, thanks to the myriad studies investigating the role of the gut microbiota. The Gut Microbiota for Health Experts Exchange has covered Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis more than any other topics and, reflecting the importance of intestinal microbiota in IBD.
In this document, you’ll have a picture of how probiotics, genes, the immune system, the intestinal microbiota, and environmental triggers might interact in the onset and course of IBD in both adult and pediatric populations.
Patients, doctors, associations, we also present in the document a list of the most influential Twitter accounts in the field of IBD.
Be sure to visit our website for more gut microbiota and inflammatory bowel disease research that has been selected from the most important science journals.
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Follow this link to download our first « best of » document on Gut Microbiota, Diet and Nutrition.
Preterm infants are at a high risk of growth failure that may affect their long-term health ...
The gut microbiota has become a new player in the onset and development of metabolic syndrome ...
Different environmental factors may shape human gut microbiome variation. Although diet has a ...