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Newsletter #177
October 15th, 2020


Dear Friends,

This edition of our newsletter begins with a new article about the evidence-based strategies that are currently available for modulating the gut microbiota.

Next up, new longitudinal research, which integrates multi-omics, patient and gastrointestinal data, reveals previously unidentified targets that accompany changes in IBS activity. You will also come across a new study that supports the role of probiotic supplementation in shaping the gut microbiota of preterm infants towards that of their full-term counterparts. 

Finally, a new proof-of-concept study shows that the gut microbiota of C-section-born infants can be restored after delivery via orally administered maternal fecal microbiota transplantation.

Happy reading! 

The GMFH publishing team

Current evidence-based strategies for modulating the gut microbiota: where do we stand?

Patient, gut microbiome and gastrointestinal function data integration lets scientists discover new potential targets in IBS

The heterogeneity of cross-sectional IBS studies has limited elucidating the gut ecosystem’s overall involvement in the disease pathogenesis. New longitudinal research that integrates multi-omics...

Probiotic strains of Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus can shape the fecal microbiota and metabolites of preterm infants

An abnormal pattern of microbial colonization has been reported in infants born prior to 37 weeks of gestation. New research supports the role of probiotic supplementation in shaping the gut microbiota of...

Maternal fecal microbiota transplantation in C-section babies can restore the gut microbiota, suggests a proof-of-concept study

The microbiota of infants born by caesarean section resembles that of maternal oral cavity and skin, whereas that of vaginally born infants...

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