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Newsletter #178
November 19th, 2020


Dear Friends,

This edition of our newsletter begins with an article about a new study published in Gut, in which Prof Patrice Cani, Dr Anne Abot and Eve Wemelle identified novel intestinal bioactive compounds that could aid in the development of new antidiabetic drugs.

Next up, Dr Elena Verdu in collaboration with Dr Harry Sokol set out to investigate the microbial link between celiac disease dysbiosis and the altered aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) pathway in celiac disease. 

You will come across a new study that highlights the importance of diet in the development of Crohn’s disease by modulating inflammatory mechanisms. Plus, we are also featuring a recent study that provides new insights into enteric nervous system cells from both the mouse and human intestine.

Finally, a large observational study across 3400 individuals shows that, beyond interindividual variability, gut microbiome heterogeneity may play a role in individual responses to diet, lifestyle and medication.

Happy reading! 

The GMFH publishing team

Could targeting the gut help treat type 2 diabetes? Intestinal bioactive compounds offer clues for developing new antidiabetics

Gut microbes in celiac disease show impaired metabolism of dietary tryptophan, according to researchers at McMaster University

The inflammatory potential of diet is tied to Crohn’s disease risk but not to ulcerative colitis, suggests a new observational study

A new study characterizes the cellular topology and diversity of the enteric nervous system in mice and humans using novel methodologies

Why does context matter in the relationships between the human gut microbiome and host lifestyle and diet?

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