iL 25/06/2017 è stata pubblicata una nuova ricerca condotta da un team di ricercatori: Matteo Micucci, Roberto Gotti, Ivan Corazza, Gabriella Tocci, Alberto Chiarini, Marta De Giorgio, Luca Camarda, Maria Frosini, Carla Marzetti, Monica Cevenini and Roberta Budriesi.
Severe gastrointestinal (GI) hemorrhage is a rare complication of Crohn’s disease (CD). With the relative infrequency of severe bleeding in CD, available medical literature on this topic is mostly in the form of retrospective case series and reports. In this article we reviewed the available medical literature and summarized the risk factors, diagnostic modalities and treatment options for the management of CD presenting as GI hemorrhage.
Biomedical Spectroscopy and Imaging, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 175-184, 2016 di Marco Conti,Roberta Scanferlato, Maria Louka, Anna Sansone, Carla Marzetti and Carla Ferreri
World Journal Gastroenterology 22(2):501-518. Published online Jan 14, 2016.
Journal of BIOPHOTONICS 6 August 2013
The European Conference of Spectroscopy of Biological Molecules (ECSBM) provides a platform for a multidisciplinary community developing a wide range of spectroscopic techniques (IR, Raman, UV-Vis, fluorescence, NMR, EPR) applied to biological molecules. Special topics of the 16th ECSBM are molecular reaction mechanisms of proteins and their interactions.
Trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO), a gut microbe–dependent metabolite of dietary choline and other trimethylamine-containing nutrients, is both elevated in the circulation of patients having heart failure and heralds worse overall prognosis.
The human microbiome is the collection of microorganisms in the body that exist in a mutualistic relationship with the host. Recent studies indicate that perturbations in the microbiome may be implicated in a number of diseases, including cancer.
To investigate the clinical response of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) symptoms to exclusion diets based on food intolerance tests.
The pool of microbes inhabiting our body is known as “microbiota” and their collective genomes as “microbiome”. The colon is the most densely populated organ in the human body, although other parts, such as the skin, vaginal mucosa, or respiratory tract, also harbour specific microbiota.