Important human microbial ecological system modulator - FMT or one of the best clinical applications of epigenetics in gastroenterology

Diana ZandereDuring Targeting Microbiota World Congress 2016, Dr. Diana Zandere from the University of Riga, Latvia will talk about the important human microbial ecological system modulator - FMT (fecal microorganism transplantation) or one of the best clinical applications of epigenetics in gastroenterology.

At the end of Dr Zandere's presentation, the following questions will be answered:

  1. Have there been FMT donor selection with appropriate donor-recipient sex matching (i.e.young female to female, young male to male and so on) in order to enhance FMT colonization success?
  2. Should donors or recipients adhere for a certain period of time to agluten diet for better therapeutic gain (think zonulin-occludin systems and/or N-(phosphonomethyl) glycine?
  3. Is nutritional background as an important GI microbiome modulator & epigenetic modulator being investigated enough in connection to FMT and/or probiotic or sinbiotic "loading"? Polypharmacy + probiotics without true enteric coating + frozen unmatched FMT donor material + long term nutritional management absent +xenoestrogens+ recipient with organ deficiency=...?

 

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