News

Chemotherapy-induced neuroinflammation

Chemotherapy-induced neuroinflammation is associated with disrupted colonic and bacterial homeostasis in female mice Chemotherapy treatment negatively affects the nervous and immune systems and alters gastrointestinal function and microbial composition. Outside of the...

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A possible gut-brain connection to ‘chemo brain’

Scientists looking for evidence of bowel involvement in cognitive and mood problems related to chemotherapy treatment are testing their theories with the help of an unpleasant rodent habit: eating feces. Because chemotherapy is very hard for the digestive system and...

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Press Releases

New sponsorship for culture by IGEN Biotech

Among his Corporate Social Responsibility strategy, IGEN Biotech has expanded his programs of sponsorship on culture with a new agreement with the Culture Department of the regional Government of Catalonia (Spain), the Council of Barcelona, La Vanguardia,...

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IGEN Biotech bets for culture in Madrid

IGEN Biotech has renewed for a second season its commitment, within its Corporate Social Responsibility strategy, sponsorship society cycle of concerts "La Filarmónica" at the National Auditorium in Madrid. The concerts of the cycle will be given by...

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Events

5th International Human Microbiome Congress

The fifth Congress of the International Human Microbiome Consortium (IHMC) was held in Luxembourg from March 31-April 2, 2015 with the title: “Future Directions for Human Microbiome Research in Health and Disease. A total of 50 internationally renowned...

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GUT Microbiota for Health. World Summit 2015

The Fourth Gut Microbiota For Health Summit aims at translating the most recent advances for the medical community. The American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), the European Society for Neurogastroenterology & Motility (ESNM), the European...

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Publications

The microbiome of uncontacted Amerindians

A study about the microbiome and resistome of members of an isolated Yanomami Amerindian village with no documented previous contact with Western people reveals that they harbor a microbiome with the highest diversity of bacteria and genetic functions ever...

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