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    • Hepatic circadian clock oscillators and nuclear receptors integrate microbiome-derived signals 

      Montagner, Alexandra; Korecka, Agata; Polizzi, Arnaud; Lippi, Yannick; Blum, Yuna; Canlet, Cécile; Tremblay-Franco, Marie; Gautier-Stein, Amandine; Burcelin, Rémy; Yen, Yi-Chun; Je, Hyunsoo Shawn; Maha, Al-Asmakh; Mithieux, Gilles; Arulampalam, Velmurugesan; Lagarrigue, Sandrine; Guillou, Hervé; Pettersson, Sven; Wahli, Walter (2016)
      The liver is a key organ of metabolic homeostasis with functions that oscillate in response to food intake. Although liver and gut microbiome crosstalk has been reported, microbiome-mediated effects on peripheral circadian ...
    • High-fat diet modifies the PPAR-γ pathway leading to disruption of microbial and physiological ecosystem in murine small intestine 

      Tomas, Julie; Mulet, Céline; Saffarian, Azadeh; Cavin, Jean-Baptiste; Ducroc, Robert; Regnault, Béatrice; Tan, Chek Kun; Duszka, Kalina; Burcelin, Rémy; Wahli, Walter; Sansonetti, Philippe J.; Pédron, Thierry (2016)
      Diet is among the most important factors contributing to intestinal homeostasis, and basic functions performed by the small intestine need to be tightly preserved to maintain health. Little is known about the direct impact ...