Diet Microbe Interactions in the Gut

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  • Author : Kieran Tuohy
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 268 pages
  • ISBN : 0124079415
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Download or Read online Diet Microbe Interactions in the Gut full in PDF, ePub and kindle. this book written by Kieran Tuohy and published by Academic Press which was released on 04 August 2014 with total page 268 pages. We cannot guarantee that Diet Microbe Interactions in the Gut book is available in the library, click Get Book button and read full online book in your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile whenever and wherever You Like. Drawing on expert opinions from the fields of nutrition, gut microbiology, mammalian physiology, and immunology, Diet-Microbe Interactions for Human Health investigates the evidence for a unified disease mechanism working through the gut and its resident microbiota, and linking many inflammation-related chronic diet associated diseases. State of the art post-genomic studies can highlight the important role played by our resident intestinal microbiota in determining human health and disease. Many chronic human diseases associated with modern lifestyles and diets — including those localized to the intestinal tract like inflammatory bowel disease and celiac disease, and more pervasive systemic conditions such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease — are characterized by aberrant profiles of gut bacteria or their metabolites. Many of these diseases have an inflammatory basis, often presenting with a chronic low-grade systemic inflammation, hinting at persistent and inappropriate activation of inflammatory pathways. Through the presentation and analysis of recent nutrition studies, this book discusses the possible mechanisms underpinning the disease processes associated with these pathologies, with high fat diets appearing to predispose to disease, and biologically active plant components, mainly fiber and polyphenols, appearing to reduce the risk of chronic disease development. One comprehensive, translational source for all aspects of nutrition and diet's effect on gastrointestinal health and disease Experts in nutrition, diet, microbiology and immunology take readers from the bench research (cellular and biochemical mechanisms of vitamins and nutrients) to new preventive and therapeutic approaches Clear presentations by leading researchers of the cellular mechanisms underlying diet, immune response, and gastrointestinal disease help practicing nutritionists and clinicians (gastroenterologists, endocrinologists) map out new areas for clinical research and structuring clinical recommendations

Diet Microbe Interactions in the Gut

Diet Microbe Interactions in the Gut
  • Author : Kieran Tuohy,Daniele Del Rio
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 04 August 2014
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Drawing on expert opinions from the fields of nutrition, gut microbiology, mammalian physiology, and immunology, Diet-Microbe Interactions for Human Health investigates the evidence for a unified disease mechanism working through the gut and its resident microbiota, and linking many inflammation-related chronic diet associated diseases. State of the art post-genomic studies can highlight the important role played by our resident intestinal microbiota in determining human health and disease. Many chronic human diseases associated with modern lifestyles and diets — including those localized

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  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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Introduction: The gut microbiome has attracted much attention in the last decade due to new studies and technologies revealing how gut microbes play a key role in human health and disease risk. However, we still know little about how diets, foods and nutrients shape the gut microbiome.Materials and Methods:To expand our knowledge about the complex relationship between nutrient intake and intestinal bacteria, we performed a broad dietary study covering diverse foods and nutrient intakes of nearly 100 adults. We

The Enteric Microbiota

The Enteric Microbiota
  • Author : Francisco Guarner
  • Publisher : Biota Publishing
  • Release : 01 December 2011
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The human gut is the natural habitat for a diverse and dynamic microbial ecosystem having an important impact on health and disease. Bacteria have lived in and on animal hosts since multicellular life evolved about 1 billion years ago. Hosts provide habitat and nutrition to the microbial communities and derive many benefits from their guests that contribute with metabolic (recovery of energy and nutrients), defensive (barrier effect against invaders) and trophic (immune regulation, neuro-endocrine development) functions. Several disease states or disorders

Elucidation of Host Genetics

Elucidation of Host Genetics
  • Author : Julia Hill Kemis
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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The population of microbes that inhabit the mammalian intestine have profound effects on host physiology. The gut microbiome varies substantially among healthy individuals, and its composition is shaped by a complex interplay of environmental and genetic factors. Alterations in its composition are associated with the development of metabolic diseases, including obesity and type 2 diabetes. Therefore, manipulation of the intestinal microbiome ecosystem is a promising target for emerging therapies. However, it remains largely unknown how host genetics interacts with environmental factors (

Dietary Oligosaccharides are Differentially Metabolized by Commensal Microbiota Within in Vitro Model Systems

Dietary Oligosaccharides are Differentially Metabolized by Commensal Microbiota Within in Vitro Model Systems
  • Author : Ezgi Özcan
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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Our diet contains indigestible carbohydrates that are available for microbial metabolism within the gastrointestinal tract. These carbohydrate sources are oligosaccharides found in plants and human milk. Oligosaccharide utilization phenotypes are often consistent with the ecological niche that microbes occupy (e.g. adult gut, infant gut, plants). This study represents an in-depth metabolic analysis for utilization of human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) including lacto-N-tetraose (LNT) and lacto-N-neotetraose (LNnT), and cranberry oligosaccharides (i.e. xyloglucans) within in vitro modeled systems. These model systems

Insights into Microbe Microbe Interactions in Human Microbial Ecosystems Strategies to be Competitive

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  • Author : Clara G. de los Reyes-Gavilán,Nuria Salazar
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release : 01 December 2016
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All parts of our body having communication with the external environment such as the skin, vagina, the respiratory tract or the gastrointestinal tract are colonized by a specific microbial community. The colon is by far the most densely populated organ in the human body. The pool of microbes inhabiting our body is known as “microbiota” and their collective genomes as “microbiome”. These microbial ecosystems regulate important functions of the host, and their functionality and the balance among the diverse microbial

Gastrointestinal Microbiology

Gastrointestinal Microbiology
  • Author : Roderick Mackie,Bryan White,Richard E. Isaacson
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 31 January 1997
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The gastrointestinal tract is a complex anaerobic microbial ecosystem containing a vast assemblage of resident microorganisms performing a multitude of metabolic activities that play a key role in health and disease of humans and animals. Furthermore, the gastrointestinal microbes have a dominant impact on the growth and productivity of both ruminant and non-ruminant animals. This two-volume series on Gastrointestinal Microbiology reviews the literature and provides a comprehensive account of the biological significance of the microbiota present in the alimentary tract

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  • Author : Inés Martínez Ramos
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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Vertebrates are associated with trillions of bacteria, with the densest populations residing in the large intestine. The symbiosis between vertebrates and their gut microbiota has resulted in important implications of the gut microbiome on host health. Diet is an important factor that shapes gut microbiota composition, and because of the interplay between host-microbiome-diet, dietary strategies that modulate gut microbiome structure are deemed a relevant tool to improve host health. However, gaps in knowledge exist with respect to these interactions, and

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  • Author : Dorines Rosario
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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BACKGROUND:Parkinsonu2019s disease (PD), a progressive neurological disorder1-3 with a multifactorial etiology2,3, is the most common neurodegenerative disease compromising motor functions4,5. Braak et al. have shown evidence of phosphorylated aggregates of a-synuclein in neurons encompassing the enteric nervous system (ENS)6, along the entire gastrointestinal (GI) tract7 in PD. A wide-range of nonmotor symptoms (NMS) are commonly reported as precedents of the motor symptoms by several years8, within which the most commonly reported is GI dysfunction9-11. The increasing

The Gut Microbiome An Issue of Gastroenterology Clinics of North America E Book

The Gut Microbiome  An Issue of Gastroenterology Clinics of North America  E Book
  • Author : Eamonn M.M. Quigley
  • Publisher : Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Release : 09 February 2017
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Dr. Quigley has created a must-have reference on the gut microbiome for the practicing gastroenterologist. A leader in the field of human physiology and digestive disorders, he has laid out the basics on this increasingly important topic, devoting articles to the organization and biology of the human gut microbiome as well as its diagnostic potential. Top international authors have presented articles that discuss the intersection of the gut microbiome and diet and the gut-brain axis. Clinical implications of the gut

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  • Author : Per Brandtzaeg,Erika Isolauri,Susan L. Prescott
  • Publisher : Karger Medical and Scientific Publishers
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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Most indigenous microbes occur in the intestinal tract, and their interactions with the host are largely unknown. Current understanding of host-microbe interactions links early microbial contact to the origin of disease, a theory that has its roots in the hygiene hypothesis. Modern life style appears to deprive the infant of conditions that provide adequate anti-inflammatory or tolerogenic stimuli upon antigen encounter. Thus, maturational signals from the environment and the diet are insufficient to adequately shape the immune system. This publication

Close Quarters Seasonal Cestode microbe Interactions Within the Guts of Two North American Sorex Shrew Species

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  • Author : Timothy L. Odum
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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Author's abstract: The mammalian gut microbiome has shown to be essential to host fitness and health assisting in both nutrient acquisition from diet as well as protection from pathogens and can include beneficial bacteria as well as parasites such as helminths and protozoans. In this study, I analyzed the cestode and bacterial communities found in the intestines of two North American species of shrew, Sorex monticola and Sorex cinereus. Specimens were collected approximately every three weeks from May to October

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  • Author : Dirk Haller
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 27 July 2018
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The book provides an overview on how the gut microbiome contributes to human health. The readers will get profound knowledge on the connection between intestinal microbiota and immune defense systems. The tools of choice to study the ecology of these highly-specialized microorganism communities such as high-throughput sequencing and metagenomic mining will be presented. In addition the most common diseases associated to the composition of the gut flora are discussed in detail. The book will address researchers, clinicians and advanced students

Revealing Host gut Microbiome Interactions

Revealing Host gut Microbiome Interactions
  • Author : Carlos Gutierrez Gonzalez
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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The host gut and its associated microbiome, the resident bacteria, eukaryotes, viruses, and archaea, are part of a dynamic community that spans the entire digestive tract. Their various interactions, often through the use of lipids, metabolites, nucleic acids, and proteins, result in highly complex biological networks that play a large role host. Indeed, to date, gut-microbiome interactions have been linked to a myriad of healthy and diseased states including irritable bowel disease, cancer, autoimmune disorders, and neuropsychiatric conditions. These complex