• Critical design aspects involved in the study of Paneth cells and the intestinal microbiota
  • Metabolic tinkering by the gut microbiome: Implications for brain development and function
  • Discordance between changes in the gut microbiota and pathogenicity in a mouse model of spontaneous colitis

Critical design aspects involved in the study of Paneth cells and the intestinal microbiota

Michael T Shanahan, Ian M Carroll and Ajay S Gulati

Metabolic tinkering by the gut microbiome: Implications for brain development and function

Joel Selkrig, Peiyan Wong, Xiaodong Zhang and Sven Pettersson

Discordance between changes in the gut microbiota and pathogenicity in a mouse model of spontaneous colitis

Maria Elisa Perez-Munoz, Kirk Bergstrom, Vincent Peng, Robert Schmaltz, Roberto Jimenez-Cardona, Nathan Marsteller, Sam McGee, Thomas Clavel, Ruth Ley, Lijun Xia and Daniel A Peterson

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Gut Microbes

July/August 2014

Volume 5, Issue 4

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Scanning electron micrograph of the apical surface of a cultured intestinal epithelial cell exposed to Enteropathogenic E. coli (EPEC; pseudo-colored orange).  EPEC stimulate dramatic microvillar dynamics and remodeling of the apical surface during the assembly of adhesive pedestals. For more information, see Shifrin et al.

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