Cancer cachexia is characterized by a negative energy balance, muscle and adipose tissue wasting, insulin resistance, and systemic inflammation. Because of its strong negative impact on prognosis and its multifactorial nature that is still not fully understood,...
The commensal bacteria that colonize the gastrointestinal mucosa profoundly affect host physiological functions including metabolism, cellular proliferation, inflammation and immunity. These effects are driven by the ability of resident bacteria to produce small...
Gene-environment interactions underlie cancer susceptibility and progression. Yet, we still have limited knowledge of which environmental factors are important and how they function during tumorigenesis. In this respect, the microbial communities that inhabit our...
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