Pr De Simone’s Blog, a Pioneer of the Gut Microbiota

Pr De Simone’s Blog, a Pioneer of the Gut Microbiota

Autoimmune responses against intestinal bacteria are linked with type 1 diabetes

Microbiome sequence analyses have suggested that changes in gut bacterial composition are associated with autoimmune disease in humans and animal models. The mechanisms through which the gut microbiota influences autoimmune responses are still barely known. In a recent study, Jayne S. Danska and colleagues evaluated systemic antibody responses against cultured human [...]

Fungal dysbiosis involved in IBS

The gut microbiota, mainly composed of bacteria, plays a key role in the pathophysiology of gut diseases and is the subject of regular publications. On the other hand, there is very little data on the fungal microbiota. Recent studies establish that the "mycobiome" could have an importance and not least on [...]

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IBS and enzymes

Irritable bowel syndrome, what about the enzymes? Irritable bowel syndrome or functional colopathy affects 10% of the population and greatly impacts the quality of life of the patients suffering from it. An INSERM team studied the proteases*, the enzymes responsible for digesting proteins, whose activity is abnormally high in the intestinal [...]

Understanding and treating functional colopathy

“Irritable bowel, the grounds for wrath: functional colopathy, understand it better to treat it better” 320 pages, Larousse (February 2016), 15,95€ Prof Jean-Marc Sabaté is a gastroenterologist who, through his hospital career and clinical practice, has become a specialist in the management of intestinal disorders, in particular digestive functional disorders or Irritable [...]

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC), a new diagnostic tool for the treatment of IBS

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a complex and confusing disorder. If the pain and discomfort are universally present in people who suffer from it, the symptoms, by their diversity and intensity, are expressed individually and make each patient a unique case. Without any universal treatment, patients often go through a period [...]