The PIs of A06 give an overview about their research project.
The gut bacterium Extibacter muris produces secondary bile acids and influences liver physiology in gnotobiotic mice
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 [...]
“Disturbed bile homeostasis and microbiota composition by intestinal protozoan infection causing metabolic dysregulation and growth impairment”
New CRC 1382 publication "Disturbed gut microbiota and bile homeostasis in Giardia-infected mice contributes to metabolic dysregulation and growth impairment" Our members Mathias W. Hornef (B01, Q03), Martin von Bergen (A05), Felix Gremse (Q01), Fabian Kiessling (Q01) and Christian Trautwein (A06, A08) have written and contributed [...]