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Molecular Psychiatry - The microbiome regulates amygdala-dependent fear recall. Molecular Psychiatry advance online publication 16 May 2017; doi: 10.1038/mp.2017.100 A E Hoban1,2, R M Stilling1,2, G Moloney2, F Shanahan1, T G Dinan1,3, G Clarke1,3 and J F Cryan1,2 Top of page Introduction Recently, we have shown that the amygdala transcriptome in GF mice is widely dysregulated and shows features of neuronal hyperactivity at the gene expression level.21 Coinciding with these findings, GF animals display greater amygdalar volume with increased excitatory spine density in the basolateral nuclei,22 demonstrating that the presence of the host microbiome critically regulates the morphology and transcriptional programming within the amygdala.

Molecular Psychiatry - The microbiome regulates amygdala-dependent fear recall

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Gaz. Ageing. Digesteur artificiel. Labo. Probiotiques. Mentis anti gueule de bois scientific. Antibiotiques. Après un siècle de règne antibiotique, les phages contre-attaquent. DIY Bio. Imags. Jeu. Digitaltrends. Why it matters to you The key to creating bespoke custom 3D-printed materials like graphene may involve using printed bacteria.

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Want to know what the future of 3D printing might hold? Matério expo. Educ. TU Delft: Team of TU Delft students prints bacterial biofilm using K’NEX 3D printer. The team will use the printer to efficiently create biofilms – thin layers of bacteria or microorganisms.

TU Delft: Team of TU Delft students prints bacterial biofilm using K’NEX 3D printer

These biofilms can be used as testing material in research into such layers, some of which – dental plaque for example – are harmful. Printing with bacteria The iGEM competition is an annual international student competition in the field of synthetic biology. This year, the TU Delft iGEM team is focusing on 3D printing biofilms (thin layers of bacteria). MicroBEnet: The microbiology of the Built Environment network. Lab stock photo fails, part 2 – amazing skills. Laboratory stock photo websites are so funny to browse through.

Lab stock photo fails, part 2 – amazing skills

You give a bunch of nice looking gals and guys some white coats, gloves and safety goggles, and put them in a laboratory, and let them play with some pipettes, microscopes, petridishes and colored water. What could possibly go wrong? Well, turns out, a lot. Microbiome Digest - Bik's Picks. Welcome to Bik’s brain.

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Sometimes when I look at images in scientific papers, I have weird associations. I might even post them on Twitter. Here is a small collection. Jupiter’s red spot and The Scream, January 2017 Wild Qiime plots and superheroes, November 2016 Echocardiography and shoes, November 2016. Bacteria - Pili. This is clearly beneficial to the F-plasmid, since its genes get replicated, but why is it useful to the bacteria?

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The F-plasmid often contains useful genes that deal with stressful situations that have recently arisen, for will spread this resistance to other bacteria. Since the F-plasmid can integrate into the host's chromosomal DNA it can, upon leaving, take away copies of host genes with it, these genes may be of use to the recipient cell.

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After your sample has been analyzed, you get to be an explorer and learn about the vast rainforest of bacteria in your body. Logging in to uBiome.com, you'll see detailed information on each of these bacteria - what their names are, how many of each kind there are, what their functions are in the body. You may find yourself curious to compare your results with the aggregate results of everyone who's done the test, and with specific groups of people. Micro-ritmos turns bacteria and machine learning into spatialized sound - CDM Create Digital Music. In the patterns generated by bacterial cells, Micro-ritmos discovers a new music and light.

Micro-ritmos turns bacteria and machine learning into spatialized sound - CDM Create Digital Music

From the Mexican team of Paloma López, Leslie García, and Emmanuel Anguiano (aka Interspecifics), we get yet another marvel of open source musical interface with biological matter. Micro-ritmos from LessNullVoid on Vimeo. The raw cellular matter itself is Geobacter, an anaerobic bacteria found in sediment. And in a spectacular and unintentional irony, this particular family of bacteria was first discovered in the riverbed of the Potomac in Washington, D.C. You heard that right: if you decided to literally drain the swamp in the nation’s capital, this is actually what you’d get.

So if composers like Beethoven made music that echoed bird tweets, now electronic musicians can actually shine a light on some of the materials that make life on Earth possible and our future brighter. The first thousand days – intestinal microbiology of early life: establishing a symbiosis - Wopereis - 2014 - Pediatric Allergy and Immunology. Abstract The development of the intestinal microbiota in the first years of life is a dynamic process significantly influenced by early-life nutrition.

The first thousand days – intestinal microbiology of early life: establishing a symbiosis - Wopereis - 2014 - Pediatric Allergy and Immunology

Pioneer bacteria colonizing the infant intestinal tract and the gradual diversification to a stable climax ecosystem plays a crucial role in establishing host–microbe interactions essential for optimal symbiosis. This colonization process and establishment of symbiosis may profoundly influence health throughout life. Recent developments in microbiologic cultivation-independent methods allow a detailed view of the key players and factors involved in this process and may further elucidate their roles in a healthy gut and immune maturation. Aberrant patterns may lead to identifying key microbial signatures involved in developing immunologic diseases into adulthood, such as asthma and atopic diseases. SUPERFLEX/Tools. Supermarket Tools 1000 Istanbul Biennial Posters distributed in Copenhagen 2000 watt Society Contract Academic Square Cap Upside Down Al data til folket.

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Une animation dévoile ce qui se passe dans le ventre d'une femme enceinte. Qu’est-ce que la colite ulcéreuse? - ASMCC. La colite ulcéreuse est une maladie chronique, c’est-à-dire de longue durée, du gros intestin, qui accompagne le patient toute sa vie durant. Elle se développe le plus souvent sous forme de poussées et occasionne des ulcères dans la couche intérieure de la muqueuse du côlon, également appelé gros intestin (colite: inflammation du côlon). Nathalie va à l’école et aime faire de la balançoire… quand elle n’a pas de maux de ventre - ASMCC. Le nouveau "Livre à MOI" - ASMCC. SCiO - Explore More!

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Gut brain. Design médical: novembre 2013. Je ne suis pas un ultra connecté, mais j'ai toujours vu dans les nouvelles technologies un futur passionnant et sans limite. J'ai une tablette sur laquelle j'ai regardé ce qu'il y avait sur le médical et j'y ai trouvé plusieurs applications sur le corps humain notamment. Mais soit trop compliquées, soit trop chère. Une chronologie visuelle de l’histoire de l’anthropologie, gratuite ! - AnthroStory. Appli nutri perso. Questionnaire. Fibres et prébiotiques. Voyage tube video. Outils. Microbiomes: unifying animal and plant systems through the lens of community ecology theory. Introduction Communities, or species assemblages, are a fundamental unit of ecological organization, just as cell or tissue types are fundamental units of study for molecular biology and physiology. Originally developed for macroorganismal systems (Clements, 1916), many community ecology theories attempt to elucidate complex species interactions across space and time.

Increasingly, these concepts are being applied to the study of some of our planet’s most complex and intimate communities—host-associated microbiomes. Both plants and animals are colonized by an astonishing number of symbiotic microbes (Raaijmakers et al., 2008; Zilber-Rosenberg and Rosenberg, 2008; Rodriguez et al., 2009; Lecuit and Eloit, 2013), and recent advances in sequencing technologies and data processing are finally affording researchers the opportunity to uncover the cryptic diversity and functions of these microbiomes (Zimmerman et al., 2014).

Box 1. Table 1. Chap 13 Immunological tests - Microbiology & Molecular Biology 3320 with Mallory at LaGrange College - StudyBlue. Illustration by Serge Bloch Nearly a year has passed since Rebecca Knickmeyer first met the participants in her latest study on brain development. Knickmeyer, a neuroscientist at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill, expects to see how 30 newborns have grown into crawling, inquisitive one-year-olds, using a battery of behavioural and temperament tests. In one test, a child's mother might disappear from the testing suite and then reappear with a stranger. Another ratchets up the weirdness with some Halloween masks. Your Changing Microbiome. Aagaard, K., Riehle, K., Ma, J., Segata, N., Mistretta, T. -A., Coarfa, C., Raza, S., Rosenbaum, S., Van den Veyver, I., Milosavlijevic, A., Gevers, D., Huttenhower, C., Petrosino, J.

& Versalovic, J. (2012). A metagenomic approach to characterization of the vaginal microbiome signature in pregnancy. PLoS ONE, 7(6), e36466. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0036466. Manipulating the Microbiome: diet, environment, and genetics.

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Gaz. Digestion. Expo. Bacteria type et fonctionnement. Biotech. Bacteria number. Maladie de Crohn. Transplantation fecale. Le microbiote intestinal : un organe à part entière - PARLONS SCIENCES. Malgré la cohabitation avec ces milliards de bactéries à l’âge adulte, le nouveau né est stérile à la naissance. Le premier contact avec des bactéries s’effectue lors de l’accouchement. La composition du microbiote varie fortement dans les premiers mois de la vie au gré du passage des bactéries dans notre tube digestif. La diversité des bactéries présentes dans notre tube digestif augmente progressivement et c’est vers l’âge de deux ans que le microbiote se stabilise pour être fonctionnellement proche de celui retrouvé à l’âge adulte. Cette stabilité est néanmoins fragile car le microbiote est soumis à de nombreux facteurs pouvant le modifier tels qu’un régime alimentaire trop gras ou une prise fréquente d’antibiotiques.

La répartition des bactéries le long du tube digestif n’est pas homogène. En pratique, il est difficilement envisageable de récupérer les bactéries intestinales directement dans le côlon car cette procédure est invasive pour le patient et nécessite une anesthésie. 1. Microbiota – the forgotten organ. Back to overview Today, the idea that gut bacteria affects a person’s health is not new. Most of us know that these microbes influence digestion, allergies, and metabolism. New books explaining which diet will lead to optimum bacterial health are published regularly and most of us have at least heard one time about its importance for our health. The gut flora as a forgotten organ. Gout diet: Fruit and vegetables could cure painful form of arthritis. Eating plenty of fruit and vegetables can reduce the risk of agonising gout attacks, as it can affect gut bacteria, experts have said.

They said following a high fibre diet combats the razor sharp crystals that form in and around the joints and under the skin. Gout is caused by too much uric acid in the bloodstream, which causes urate crystals to start to form in and around the joints and under the skin. The condition affects about one in 100 people, with men two to three times more likely to be affected than women. However the condition can sometimes affect post-menopausal women. Coming of age: ten years of next-generation sequencing technologies : Nature Reviews Genetics. Since the completion of the human genome project in 2003, extraordinary progress has been made in genome sequencing technologies, which has led to a decreased cost per megabase and an increase in the number and diversity of sequenced genomes.

⭐Le microbiote intestinal humain. 1 Bifidobacterium Bacteroides Le microbiote intestinal humain Enterococcus faecalis Thomas Hindré Laboratoire Adaptation et Pathogénie des micro organismes. Systeme digestif. A quoi sert l'épiglotte? Microbiote digestif humain. Could our gut micriobiome hold a key to treating or preventing autism? Microbiome may be next big frontier in medicine. January High Five – Writing and Re-writing History – Altmetric. Sorry, it turns out you are human after all. » Ce qui se passe d’extraordinaire chaque fois que vous allez à la toilette… Microbiome remains malleable after birth. Your Microbes, Yourself – Pacific Standard. Different Strokes: Blending Microbiology and Art. You’re probably not mostly microbes « Nothing in Biology Makes Sense!

Bonnie Bassler: How bacteria "talk" Bacterial Identification Virtual Lab. Party Like A Microbe. Comment les fibres nous protègent du diabète et de l’obésité. Trop de gras déséquilibre rapidement la flore intestinale. How Your Gut Bacteria Influence What You Eat. Diet, the gut microbiome, and colorectal cancer: are they linked? MICROBIOTE: L'ensemencement vaginal pour transmettre au nouveau-né les bonnes bactéries ? – BMJ. Vaginal microbe yields novel antibiotic. La formation du système nerveux de l’intestin.

Tracking the Daily Rhythms of the Microbiome. 161201122159. MIT Technology Review. Igem.org. Bio Academy —HTGAA. Corpus Médical de la Faculté de Médecine de Grenoble - Bienvenue. Zooniverse. Tal Danino. Outsider art from a scientist, revealing the hidden machinations of the natural world. Microbiote de Noël. Food Phreaking. A FOOD FORECAST: MICROBIOTOURS & FOOD PHREAKING 03 – The Center for Genomic Gastronomy. Microbial Art. AeroMorph. Pimagic, retouche photo en ligne à la porté de tous.