APC Microbiome Institute

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  • Ambrogi, Valentina (University College Cork, 2020-04)
    Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS) are complex carbohydrates that are produced from lactose by means of an enzymatic reaction catalised by a β-galactosidase. Together with fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) and inulin, GOS have ...
  • Cryan, John F.; O'Riordan, Kenneth J.; Cowan, Caitlin S. M.; Sandhu, Kiran V.; Bastiaanssen, Thomaz F. S.; Boehme, Mcusra; Codagnone, Martin G.; Cussotto, Sofia; Fulling, Christine; Golubeva, Anna V.; Guzzetta, Katherine E.; Jaggar, Minal; Long-Smith, Caitriona M. .; Lyte, Joshua M.; Martin, Jason A.; Molinero-Perez, Alicia; Moloney, Gerard; Morelli, Emanuela; Morillas, Enrique; O'Connor, Rory; Cruz-Pereira, Joana S.; Peterson, Veronica L.; Rea, Kieran; Ritz, Nathaniel L.; Sherwin, Eoin; Spichak, Simon; Teichman, Emily M.; van de Wouw, Marcel; Ventura-Silva, Ana Paula; Wallace-Fitzsimons, Shauna E.; Hyland, Niall; Clarke, Gerard; Dinan, Timothy G. (American Physiological Society, 2019-08-28)
    The importance of the gut-brain axis in maintaining homeostasis has long been appreciated. However, the past 15 yr have seen the emergence of the microbiota (the trillions of microorganisms within and on our bodies) as one ...
  • Nicolas, Sarah; Ó Léime, Ciarán S.; Hoban, Alan E.; Hueston, Cara M.; Cryan, John F.; Nolan, Yvonne M. (Taylor & Francis Group, 2020-07-29)
    Introduction: Adolescence is an important stage of maturation for various brain structures. It is during this time therefore that the brain may be more vulnerable to environmental factors such as diet that may influence ...
  • Lewis, Rhea (University College Cork, 2020-02-26)
    Bacteriophages (phages) are viruses which infect bacteria and are ubiquitous in nature. Phage research has undergone periods of interest and indifference, but are now common tools with some suggesting that they will become ...
  • Feyereisen, Marine (University College Cork, 2019-10-14)
    Certain bacteria have acquired the ability to survive and even grow in beer, despite the antimicrobial nature of this harsh liquid environment. Bacterial growth in beer is often attributed to lactic acid bacteria (LAB) ...

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