Browsing by Subject "Microbiota"

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  • Ventura, Marco; O'Flaherty, Sarah; Claesson, Marcus J.; Turroni, Francesca; Klaenhammer, Todd R.; Sinderen, Douwe van; O'Toole, Paul W. (Nature Publishing Group, 2009-01)
    The human body is colonized by an enormous population of bacteria (microbiota) that provides the host with coding capacity and metabolic activities. Among the human gut microbiota are health-promoting indigenous species ...
  • Power, Susan Eleanor (University College Cork, 2013)
    The global proportion of older persons is increasing rapidly. Diet and the intestinal microbiota independently and jointly contribute to health in the elderly. The habitual dietary patterns and functional microbiota ...
  • Davey, Kieran (University College Cork, 2013)
    Schizophrenia represents one of the world’s most devastating illnesses due to its often lifelong course and debilitating nature. The treatment of schizophrenia has vastly improved over recent decades with the discovery of ...
  • Clarke, Siobhan F.; Murphy, Eileen F.; O’Sullivan, Orla; Ross, R. Paul; O’Toole, Paul W.; Shanahan, Fergus; Cotter, Paul D. (PLoS, 2013-06-07)
    Links between the gut microbiota and host metabolism have provided new perspectives on obesity. We previously showed that the link between the microbiota and fat deposition is age- and time-dependent subject to microbial ...
  • O'Donnell, Michelle M. (University College Cork, 2014)
    Catabolic flexibility affords a bacterium the ability to utilise different sugar sources as carbon for energy. This is important for commensal lactobacilli like Lactobacillus ruminis which can be exposed to a variety of ...