New CRC publication

“The gut bacterium Extibacter muris produces secondary bile acids and influences liver physiology in gnotobiotic mice”

Barely two weeks have passed and we can already announce the next excellent article from our CRC consortium. In project A05, PIs Tom Clavel and Martin von Bergen together with Christian Trautwein (A06/A08) have investigated the metabolism of bile acids by the gut microbiota in vivo. They established a gnotobitic model colonized with the mouse gut bacterium Extibacter muris and studied the effects on liver physiology

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