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Metabonomics and gut microbiota in nutrition and disease [electronic resource]

Metabonomics and gut microbiota in nutrition and disease [electronic resource]

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Kochhar, Sunil. Martin, François-Pierre.
Title Statement
Metabonomics and gut microbiota in nutrition and disease [electronic resource] / Sunil Kochhar, François-Pierre Martin, editors.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London :   Springer London :   Imprint: Springer,   2015.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xvi, 375 p.) : ill. (some col.).
Series Statement
Molecular and integrative toxicology,2168-4219
ISBN
9781447165392
요약
This book provides a comprehensive overview of metabonomics and gut microbiota research from molecular analysis to population-based global health considerations. The topics include the discussion of the applications in relation to metabonomics and gut microbiota in nutritional research, in health and disease and a review of future therapeutical, nutraceutical and clinical applications. It also examines the translatability of systems biology approaches into applied clinical research and to patient health and nutrition. The rise in multifactorial disorders, the lack of understanding of the molecular processes at play and the needs for disease prediction in asymptomatic conditions are some of the many questions that system biology approaches are well suited to address. Achieving this goal lies in our ability to model and understand the complex web of interactions between genetics, metabolism, environmental factors, and gut microbiota. Being the most densely populated microbial ecosystem on earth, gut microbiota co-evolved as a key component of human biology, essentially extending the physiological definition of humans. Major advances in microbiome research have shown that the contribution of the intestinal microbiota to the overall health status of the host has been so far underestimated. Human host gut microbial interaction is one of the most significant human health considerations of the present day with relevance for both prevention of disease via microbiota-oriented environmental protection as well as strategies for new therapeutic approaches using microbiota as targets and/or biomarkers. In many aspects, humans are not a complete and fully healthy organism without their appropriate microbiological components. Increasingly, scientific evidence identifies gut microbiota as a key biological interface between human genetics and environmental conditions encompassing nutrition. Microbiota dysbiosis or variation in metabolic activity has been associated with metabolic deregulation (e.g. obesity, inflammatory bowel disease), disease risk factor (e.g. coronary heart disease) and even the aetiology of various pathologies (e.g. autism, cancer), although causal role into impaired metabolism still needs to be established. Metabonomics and Gut Microbiota in Nutrition and Disease serves as a handbook for postgraduate students, researchers in life sciences or health sciences, scientists in academic and industrial environments working in application areas as diverse as health, disease, nutrition, microbial research and human clinical medicine.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
Introduction to Metabolomics in systems biology research -- Metabolomics in clinical practice.-Adopting multivariate non-parametric tools to determine genotype-phenotype interactions in health and disease -- Metabolomics in Translational Research for Personalized Medicine and Nutrition -- Can we use Metabolomics to Understand Changes to Gut Microbiota Populations and Function? A Nutritional Perspective -- Automated annotation of microbial and human flavonoid derived metabolites -- Metabonomics in neonatal and paediatric research: Studying and modulating gut functional ecology for optimal growth and development -- Metabolomics and Milk: the Development of the Microbiota in Breast Fed Infants -- Metabonomics and gut microbial paradigm in healthy ageing -- Roles of herbal medicine in modulating gut microbiota associated with health and diseases -- Gut microbiota and metabolic diseases: from pathogenesis to therapeutic perspective -- Role of microbiota in regulating host lipid metabolism and disease risk -- Role of the Gut Microbiota in Maintaining GI Health: Highlights on Inflammatory Bowel Disease -- Deciphering the gut microbial contribution to the aetiology of autism development -- The Modulation of Drug Efficacy and Toxicity by the Gut Microbiome -- Understanding the benefits of bariatric surgery on gut physiology: implications for obesity, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Gastrointestinal system --Microbiology. Microbial metabolites. Metagenomics. Physiology, Pathological --Nutritional aspects. Physiology, Pathological --Microbiology. Metabolism. Systems biology.
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520 ▼a This book provides a comprehensive overview of metabonomics and gut microbiota research from molecular analysis to population-based global health considerations. The topics include the discussion of the applications in relation to metabonomics and gut microbiota in nutritional research, in health and disease and a review of future therapeutical, nutraceutical and clinical applications. It also examines the translatability of systems biology approaches into applied clinical research and to patient health and nutrition. The rise in multifactorial disorders, the lack of understanding of the molecular processes at play and the needs for disease prediction in asymptomatic conditions are some of the many questions that system biology approaches are well suited to address. Achieving this goal lies in our ability to model and understand the complex web of interactions between genetics, metabolism, environmental factors, and gut microbiota. Being the most densely populated microbial ecosystem on earth, gut microbiota co-evolved as a key component of human biology, essentially extending the physiological definition of humans. Major advances in microbiome research have shown that the contribution of the intestinal microbiota to the overall health status of the host has been so far underestimated. Human host gut microbial interaction is one of the most significant human health considerations of the present day with relevance for both prevention of disease via microbiota-oriented environmental protection as well as strategies for new therapeutic approaches using microbiota as targets and/or biomarkers. In many aspects, humans are not a complete and fully healthy organism without their appropriate microbiological components. Increasingly, scientific evidence identifies gut microbiota as a key biological interface between human genetics and environmental conditions encompassing nutrition. Microbiota dysbiosis or variation in metabolic activity has been associated with metabolic deregulation (e.g. obesity, inflammatory bowel disease), disease risk factor (e.g. coronary heart disease) and even the aetiology of various pathologies (e.g. autism, cancer), although causal role into impaired metabolism still needs to be established. Metabonomics and Gut Microbiota in Nutrition and Disease serves as a handbook for postgraduate students, researchers in life sciences or health sciences, scientists in academic and industrial environments working in application areas as diverse as health, disease, nutrition, microbial research and human clinical medicine.
530 ▼a Issued also as a book.
538 ▼a Mode of access: World Wide Web.
650 0 ▼a Gastrointestinal system ▼x Microbiology.
650 0 ▼a Microbial metabolites.
650 0 ▼a Metagenomics.
650 0 ▼a Physiology, Pathological ▼x Nutritional aspects.
650 0 ▼a Physiology, Pathological ▼x Microbiology.
650 0 ▼a Metabolism.
650 0 ▼a Systems biology.
700 1 ▼a Kochhar, Sunil.
700 1 ▼a Martin, François-Pierre.
830 0 ▼a Molecular and integrative toxicology.
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945 ▼a KLPA
991 ▼a E-Book(소장)

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