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Georgina Hold
Professor of Gut Health
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Nature Microbiology Jun 20
Nature Milestones in Human Microbiota Research Nature journal editors highlight breakthroughs in the field of human microbiota. Check out the associated animation and podcasts! 1/3
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Philip Smith Jun 20
and giving a fantastic overview of the new guidelines published in - amazing amount of work testament to their fantastic leadership
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Science Transmitter Jun 6
So, so cool! NASA opened up their entire image database for the public and you are free to use all of it:
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Georgina Hold Jun 6
New work on Campylobacter showae. Multi-continent effort!
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Gut Microbiota NW Jun 6
According to a new study fecal transplants from young to aged mice can stimulate the and revive the gut immune system. Via
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Sylvie binda Jun 6
Really interesting paper linking the resistome and plasmidome to the microbiome and some hypothesis for the antibiotic resistance #antibioticresistance#AMR
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Kevin Whelan Jun 6
Are we more (or less) constipated than we think? Our research in 2557 people found of those reporting they didn't have constipation, 29% met criteria. Public and professionals define constipation differently. Great research
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ESPGHAN Jun 6
An inspiring young paediatric patient, Jenny, reminds us all what work is about and shares her experiences of care for . She has raised over £350,000 for her local hospital and the fight against Well done Jenny, you are an example to us all
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GutMicrobiota Health Jun 5
Antibiotic effects on the gut microbiome are long-lasting and strategies are under development for minimizing their impact on gut health. This RCT shows the protective effects of activated charcoal in protecting the gut microbiome of moxifloxacin
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NatureCommunications May 3
Microbial coexistence through chemical-mediated interactions and
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MicrobiomePost May 3
and foot ulcers: researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have discovered that different strains of bacteria, including the pathogen S. aureus, can influence the healing of these wounds.
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Crohn's & Colitis Australia May 2
CCA has many resources for people living with IBD online. Whether you are a patient, a family member of a patient or have been affected by IBD in any way, CCA is here to help and support in any way. @droppedpinlife
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Crohn's & Colitis Australia May 3
On World IBD Day (Sunday 19 May 2019), landmarks and buildings around Australia will be illuminated purple (international awareness colour for IBD). Visit to see the full list of locations set to .
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Kristina Campbell, microbiome science writer Apr 15
We definitely can't classify all bacteria as either good or bad. But I don't mind Table 1 of this microbiome & immunotherapy review, which identifies the systemic immune influence of several gut bacterial taxa as predominantly positive, mixed, or negative:
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Georgina Hold Apr 13
I’ll hold you to that!
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Georgina Hold Apr 10
Fascinating but not too unexpected
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GutMicrobiota Health Apr 10
This year's World Microbiome Day 2019 will be held on Thursday 27th June and it's focused on bacterial resistance to antibiotics. Stay tuned to for spreading the message of the importance of microbiome in this current global threat
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Kristina Campbell, microbiome science writer Apr 9
Limitations of this study on FMT for autism: 1) No controls 2) Most kids w/ autism are funded for speech/behavioural therapies, so over 2 yrs they'd likely improve from those therapies alone 3) Gut bacterial diversity generally increases through childhood
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Scott Anderson Apr 9
How your gut might modify your mind. A layperson's overview of the gut-brain axis.
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GutMicrobiota Health Apr 8
The gut microbiome development during early life is crucial for adult health. & colleagues show that the gut microbiome has a microbial memory of early life events that continue to imprint on the microbiome at four years of age via
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