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Assessment of microbiota, inflammatory markers, nutritional and endocrinological status in IBD patients - Minute for IBD


Krznarić Željko; Perić Mihaela; Čipčić Paljetak Hana; Matijašić Mario; Panek Marina; Barešić Anja; Vranešić Bender Darija; Kunović Ana; Čuković Čavka Silvija; Brinar Marko et al.
Assessment of microbiota, inflammatory markers, nutritional and endocrinological status in IBD patients - Minute for IBD // ESGE / ESPEN Symposium "Quality in Endoscopy IBD & Nutrition"
Dublin, Irska, 2017. str. 1-1 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Assessment of microbiota, inflammatory markers, nutritional and endocrinological status in IBD patients - Minute for IBD

Autori
Krznarić Željko ; Perić Mihaela ; Čipčić Paljetak Hana ; Matijašić Mario ; Panek Marina ; Barešić Anja ; Vranešić Bender Darija ; Kunović Ana ; Čuković Čavka Silvija ; Brinar Marko ; Turk Nikša ; Crnčević Urek Marija, Kalauz Mirjana ; Kufner Vera ; Brajša Karmen ; Ergović Gabrijela ; Kraljević Ivana ; Ljubas Kelečić Dina ; Grgić Dora ; Rogić Dunja ; Banić Marko ; Meštrović Tomislav ; Verbanac Donatella

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Skup
ESGE / ESPEN Symposium "Quality in Endoscopy IBD & Nutrition"

Mjesto i datum
Dublin, Irska, 31.3.-01.04.2017

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Inflammatory bowel disease, gut microbiome, inflammatory, endocrine and nutritional status

Sažetak
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a chronic gastrointestinal disorder increasing in incidence and severely influencing affected individuals. Although the factors associated with the disease risk include immune status, gut microbiome and several environmental causes including food intake, the current scientific knowledge of specific triggers and diagnostic markers to improve interventional approaches is still scarce. Additional basic and clinical research involving specific groups of patients and obtaining multilevel data are essential for the management of the disease. Investigation of mutual correlation between gut microbiota, inflammatory, endocrine and nutritional status provides integrative framework for better understanding the IBD pathophysiology. MINUTE for IBD project’s scope is to perform the best possible systematic analysis of relevant elements and factors (gut microbiota composition, inflammatory/endocrine markers, nutritional status) contributing to the development and progress of IBD on newly diagnosed, therapy naïve IBD patients and individuals not fulfilling IBD diagnosis criteria as a control. Through an integrated translational approach, two skilled groups of experts (academic and clinical) are focused on accomplishing the main scope of the project. Analysis of microbiota composition (by 16S rRNA gene sequencing) in stools and in mucosa, quantification of relevant immune and endocrine biomarkers in blood samples, determination of overall nutritional status in study participants and integration of the obtained results and setting-up better guiding principles when deciding on the therapy and nutritional intervention in IBD patients

Izvorni jezik
Engleski



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