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About AMILI: Setting Up Singapore’s First Stool Bank

Admin About AMILI November 13, 2020

Share on facebook Facebook Share on google Google+ Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn AMILI set up Singapore’s first stool bank in 2019, providing easy, reliable access to safe stool samples. We spoke with Toh Kai Yee, our Laboratory and Operations Manager, to find out more about Faecal…

Gut microbiota and metabolic syndrome

Admin Clinical Papers April 5, 2020

Metabolic syndrome (MetS) describes a set of risk factors that can eventually lead to the occurrence of cardiovascular andcerebrovascular disease. A detailed understanding of the MetS mechanism will be helpful in developing effective preventionstrategies and appropriate intervention tools.

Long-term benefit of microbiota transfer therapy on autism symptoms and gut microbiota

Admin Clinical Papers April 9, 2019

Many studies have reported abnormal gut microbiota in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), suggesting a link between gut microbiome and autism-like behaviors. Modifying the gut microbiome is a potential route to improve gastrointestinal (GI) and behavioral symptoms in children with ASD, and fecal microbiota transplant could transform the dysbiotic…

Review article: the gut microbiome in inflammatory bowel disease—avenues for microbial management

Admin Clinical Papers May 29, 2017

Disease remission and relapse are associated with microbial changes in both mucosal and luminal samples. In particular, a loss of species richness in Crohn’s disease has been widely observed. Existing therapeutic approaches broadly fall into 3 categories, namely: accession, reduction or indirect modulation of the microbiome. In terms of microbial…

The gut microbiome in health and in disease

Admin Clinical Papers January 1, 2016

There is a fast growing collection of data describing the structure and functional capacity of themicrobiome in a variety of conditions available to the research community for consideration and furtherexploration. Ongoing efforts to further characterize the functions of the microbiome and the mechanismsunderlying host–microbe interactions will provide a better understanding…