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Gastroenterology, Endocrinology, Metabolomics
- Early antibiotic exposure in animal models has shown that reductions in the population size of specific microbiota, such as Lactobacillus, Allobaculum, Rikenellaceae, and Candidatus Arthromitus, are related to subsequent adiposity.
- The probiotic strain Hafnia alvei HA4597® (HA), which produces the satietogenic peptide ClpB mimicking the effect of alpha-MSH, reduced weight gain and adiposity in rodent models of obesity.
- Saturated fatty acids (SFAs) were negatively associated with the genus Intestinimonas, a biomarker of the overweight/obese group.
- - Dorea formicigenerans, Dorea longicatena and Collinsella aerofaciens could be considered obesity biomarkers.
- Bacteroidetes > prevalence is lower in obese people > low-calorie diet > proportion increasealong with weight loss based on a low-calorie diet .
- - SCFAs > activation of their receptors GPR43 and GPR41 > inhibits lipolysis > adipocyte differentiation.
- - The presence of a dysbiotic microbiome > subsequent increases in gut permeability to bacteria-derived pathogens, including LPS and ethanol.
- LPS, gut peptides, SCFAs and lactate > Microbiota-brain-gut axis > Gut afferent neuron > key signaling molecules involved in gut-brain communication and host metabolism.
- [1.1] A core gut microbiome in obese and lean twins  [Nature] [Journal] 
- [1.2] Gut microbiota and endothelial dysfunction markers in obese Mexican children and adolescents  [Nutrients] [Journal] 
- [1.3] Is obesity an oral bacterial disease?  [Journal of Dental Research] [Journal] 
- [1.4] Characterization of gut microbiomes in nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) patients: a connection between endogenous alcohol and NASH  [Hepatology] [Journal] 
- [1.5] Discrepant gut microbiota markers for the classification of obesity-related metabolic abnormalities  [Scientific Reports] [Journal] 
- [1.6] Characterization of the salivary microbiome in people with obesity  [PeerJ] [Journal] 
- [1.7] Comparative study of vulva and abdominal skin microbiota of healthy females with high and average BMI  [BMC Microbiology] [Journal] 
- [1.8] Dysbiosis signatures of gut microbiota along the sequence from healthy, young patients to those with overweight and obesity.  [Obesity] [Journal] 
- [1.9] Composition of gut microbiota in obese and normal weight Mexican school-age children and its assocation with metabolic traits  [Pediatric Obesity] [Journal] 
- [1.10] Correlation between body mass index and faecal microbiota from children.  [Clinical Microbiology and Infection] [Journal] 
- [1.11] Metatranscriptomic analysis to define the secrebiome, and 16S rRNA profiling of the gut microbiome in obesity and metabolic syndrome of Mexican children  [Microbial Cell Factories] [Journal] 
- [1.12] Altered gut microbiota and compositional changes in Firmicutes and Proteobacteria in mexican undernourished and obese children  [Frontiers in Microbiology] [Journal] 
- [1.13] Obese individuals with and without Type 2 diabetes show different gut microbial functional capacity and composition  [Cell Host & Microbe] [Journal] 
- [1.14] Subgingival microbial profile of obese women with periodontal disease.  [Journal of Periodontology] [Journal] 
- [1.15] Richness of human gut microbiome correlates with metabolic markers  [Nature] [Journal] 
- [1.16] Human gut microbiota in obesity and after gastric bypass  [PNAS] [Journal] 
- [1.17] Quantitative differences in intestinal Faecalibacterium prausnitzii in obese Indian children  [British Journal of Nutrition] [Journal] 
- [1.18] Alteration of the gut microbiota associated with childhood obesity by 16S rRNA gene sequencing  [PeerJ] [Journal] 
- [1.19] The Probiotic Strain alveiHA4597® Improves Weight Loss in Overweight Subjects under Moderate Hypocaloric Diet: A Proof-of-Concept, Multicenter Randomized, Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Study  [Clinical study] [Nutrients] [Journal] 
- [1.20] Metagenome of gut microbiota of children with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease  [Frontiers in Pediatrics] [Journal] 
- [1.21] Association between Obesity and Cervical Microflora Dominated by Lactobacillus iners in Korean Women  [Journal of Clinical Microbiology] [Journal] 
- [1.22] Bifidobacteria and lactobacilli in the gut microbiome of children with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: which strains act as healthy players?  [Archives of Medical Science: AMS] [Journal] 
- [1.23] Differences in gut microbiota composition between obese and lean children: a cross-sectional study  [Gut Pathogens] [Journal] 
- [1.24] Salivary cariogenic bacteria counts are associated with obesity in student women at a Malaysian university  [Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition] [Journal] 
- [1.25] The gut microbiome of Mexican children affected by obesity  [Anaerobe] [Journal] 
- [1.26] The association between gut microbiota composition and body mass index in Chinese male college students, as analyzed by next-generation sequencing  [The Britisch Journal of Nutrition] [Journal] 
- [1.27] Overweight and obesity status in pregnant women are related to intestinal microbiota and serum metabolic and inflammatory profiles  [Clinical Nutrition] [Journal] 
- [1.28] Early differences in fecal microbiota composition in children may predict overweight.  [The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition] [Journal] 
- [1.29] Metagenomic analysis of duodenal microbiota reveals a potential biomarker of dysbiosis in the course of obesity and type 2 diabetes: a pilot study  [Journal of Clinical Medicine] [Journal] 
- [1.30] Gender-specific associations between saliva microbiota and body size  [Frontiers in Microbiology] [Journal] 
- [1.31] The first report of differences in gut microbiota composition between obese and normal weight Iranian subjects  [Iranian Biomedical Journal] [Journal] 
- [1.32] An altered fecal microbiota profile in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) associated with obesity  [Revista espanola de enfermedades digestivas] [Journal] 
- [1.33] Intestinal dysbiosis and markers of systemic inflammation in viscerally and generally obese persons living with HIV  [Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes] [Journal] 
- [1.34] Differential adaptation of human gut microbiota to bariatric surgery-induced weight loss  [Diabetes] [Journal] 
- [1.35] Microbiota and SCFA in lean and overweight healthy subjects  [Obesity] [Journal] 
- [1.36] Depletion of Blautia species in the microbiota of obese children relates to intestinal inflammation and metabolic phenotype worsening  [mSystems] [Journal] 
- [1.37] Differential composition of gut microbiota among healthy volunteers, morbidly obese patients and post-bariatric surgery patients  [Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine] [Journal] 
- [1.38] Obesity changes the human gut mycobiome  [Scientific Reports] [Journal] 
- [1.39] Baseline Gut Metagenomic Functional Gene Signature Associated with Variable Weight Loss Responses following a Healthy Lifestyle Intervention in Humans  [Review] [mSystems] [Journal] 
- [1.40] Do Antibiotics Cause Obesity Through Long-term Alterations in the Gut Microbiome? A Review of Current Evidence  [Review] [Current Obesity Reports] [Journal] 
- [1.41] Gut Microbiota Profile and Its Association with Clinical Variables and Dietary Intake in Overweight/Obese and Lean Subjects: A Cross-Sectional Study  [Clinical study] [Nutrients] [Journal] 
- [1.42] Function of Akkermansia muciniphila in Obesity: Interactions With Lipid Metabolism, Immune Response and Gut Systems  [Review] [Frontiers in Microbiology] [Journal] 
- [1.43] Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Associated with Obesity (Diabesity). The Central Role of Gut Microbiota and Its Translational Applications  [Review] [Nutrients] [Journal] 
- [1.44] Insights into the role of gut microbiota in obesity: pathogenesis, mechanisms, and therapeutic perspectives  [Review] [Protein & Cell] [Journal]