Day: 30 May 2018

Gut metabolome and abdominal obesity

The associations of metabolic products derived from gut microbes with age, obesity, host genetics and gut microbiome composition were investigated in the faecal samples of 786 predominantly female twins from the TwinsUK cohort (a national twin registry). The faecal metabolome was largely associated with gut microbial composition (67.7%) and only modestly influenced by host genetics …

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Gut microbiome development in neonates

Various factors influence the gut microbiome development in neonates during prenatal, perinatal and postnatal periods, including maternal diet and lifestyle, mode of birth, feeding, antibiotic use and length of gestation. The reciprocal relationship between gut microbiota and gastrointestinal tract development from in utero to postnatal life is discussed in more details.   Link: View the …

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