Tag : Intestinal

Gastroenterology

TMAVA, a Metabolite of Intestinal Microbes, Is Increased in Plasma From Patients With Liver Steatosis, Inhibits γ-butyrobetaine Hydroxylase, and Exacerbates Fatty Liver in Mice

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The authors identified a metabolite produced by intestinal bacteria, TMAVA, that worsens fatty liver disease by reducing production of the amino acid carnitine. Carnitine might...
Gastroenterology

7 LACTOBACILLUS REUTERI SUPPRESSES PRO-INFLAMMATORY DRIVEN REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES IN VITRO IN HUMAN INTESTINAL EPITHELIAL CELLS AND IN VIVO IN A TNBS COLITIS MOUSE MODEL

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Reactive oxygen species (ROS) play a role in maintaining intestinal epithelial homeostasis and are normally kept at low levels via antioxidant compounds. Dysregulation of ROS...
Gastroenterology

Wild blueberry proanthocyanidins shape distinct gut microbiota profile and influence glucose homeostasis and intestinal phenotypes in high-fat high-sucrose fed mice

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Wild blueberry proanthocyanidins shape distinct gut microbiota profile and influence glucose homeostasis and intestinal phenotypes in high-fat high-sucrose fed mice Source link...
Biology

Genomic Fluke: Whole-Genome Comparative Analyses of Liver and Intestinal Parasites Reveal Evolutionary History and Shift in Organs, Animals of Choice

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Parasitic flukes have been a leading source of food-borne infections, sparking fear and wreaking havoc on human public health, and contributed to more than three...

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