Bile Salt and FGF19 Signaling in the Early Phase of Human Liver Regeneration

By |2021-09-29T15:05:52+02:0023.09.2021|

New CRC publication "Bile Salt and FGF19 Signaling in the Early Phase of Human Liver Regeneration"   A major aim of our CRC is to foster collaborations between the participating groups. The latest publication 'Bile Salt and FGF19 Signaling in the Early Phase of Human Liver [...]

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

By |2021-01-15T15:36:40+01:0015.01.2021|

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 [...]

MAdCAM-1/α4β7 Integrin-Mediated Lymphocyte/Endothelium Interactions Exacerbate Acute Immune-Mediated Hepatitis in Mice

By |2021-01-06T17:11:40+01:0006.01.2021|

New CRC publication "MAdCAM-1/α4β7 Integrin-Mediated Lymphocyte/Endothelium Interactions Exacerbate Acute Immune-Mediated Hepatitis in Mice" Within CRC 1382 we encourage collaborations between different areas of research and disciplines. The result of such a joint venture is visible in the latest publication MAdCAM-1/a4b7 Integrin-Mediated Lymphocyte/Endothelium Interactions Exacerbate Acute Immune-Mediated Hepatitis in [...]

Uremic Toxins Affecting Cardiovascular Calcification: A Systematic Review

By |2020-11-12T22:55:30+01:0012.11.2020|

New CRC 1382 publication "Uremic Toxins Affecting Cardiovascular Calcification: A Systematic Review" Our CRC-members Heidi Noels and Joachim Jankowski (both A04) have written and contributed to a publication in Cells which is now available as open access paper. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/cells9112428 Further reading [...]

“Disturbed bile homeostasis and microbiota composition by intestinal protozoan infection causing metabolic dysregulation and growth impairment”

By |2020-10-15T12:11:41+02:0015.10.2020|

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 [...]

“Rational design of a microbial consortium of mucosal sugar utilizers reduces Clostridiodes difficile colonization”

By |2020-10-14T09:05:53+02:0014.10.2020|

New CRC 1382 publication "Rational design of a microbial consortium of mucosal sugar utilizers reduces Clostridiodes difficile colonization" Our member Martin von Bergen, PI of project A05, was co-authoring a publication in Nature Communications which is now available as open access paper. Further reading [...]

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