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Newsletter #169
February 27th, 2020

Editorial

Dear Friends,

We begin this edition with a countdown: there’s one week to go until the Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit 2020 in Madrid! The event is a great opportunity to share the latest scientific advances and all the new developments taking place in the amazing world of gut microbiota. 

If you can’t make it to Madrid, why not follow the plenary sessions from home via our live stream on our website and with our Twitter coverage via @GMFHx and the hashtag #GMFH2020!

As for our editorial content this week, after the GMFH editors recently had the opportunity to interview Prof. Harry Sokol, you can now read about his thoughts on the significance of the new Paris Center for Microbiome Medicine. 

You will also come across a new review from the special “Food and Diet for Gut Function and Dysfunction” issue in the peer reviewed open access journal Nutrients, which updates scientific evidence on common food intolerances that result in gastrointestinal and extra-intestinal symptoms.

Finally, a new study led by the aforementioned Harry Sokol shows that amoxicillin-clavulanate leads to personalized changes in gut microbiota composition and colonic transcriptome in mice.

Happy reading!

The GMFH publishing team

#GMFH2020: How to follow live the 9th Gut Microbiota for Health Summit, participate and contribute to the conversation?

The Paris Center for Microbiome Medicine aims to use gut microbiome science to create new tools for medicine

 

As microbiome science expands, scientists worldwide are joining forces to better understand the impact commensal microbes found inside and...

A new narrative review updates the scientific background of the mechanisms, diagnosis and management of food intolerances

 

Food intolerances are affecting increasingly more people. However, the way they manifest and the wide range of associated...

Findings in mice show alcoholic hepatitis has a microbial component and could be tackled by specific phages

 

Alcoholic hepatitis is considered to be a severe form of alcohol-related liver disease with a high mortality rate in...

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