Menni, C. Qiu, L. Diabetes 56— All animals were single-housed two weeks prior to treatment and throughout the remainder of the study period. Anti-amyloidogenic property of human gastrokine 1. Health effects of overweight and obesity in countries over 25 years.
The gut microbiota as an environmental factor that regulates fat storage.
The increased adiposity produced by transplantation of a Western versus CHO diet-associated microbiome occurs in germ-free recipients consuming a low fat, polysaccharide-rich CHO diet that has more modest levels of the sugars that are abundantly represented in the Western diet.
Ferulic acid and the culture supernatant of bacteria cultured in the presence of insoluble arabinoxylans si The physiological function of GKN1 is not known.
How the stomach contributes to regulation of the gut microbiome is not known.
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Zhao, L. Among the various mechanisms proposed, the gut microbiota has been reported to modulate the expression and secretion of glucagon-like peptide hormones from reversivle cells 27 A core gut microbiome in obese and lean twins. Interestingly, the drug effects on the thiosulfate oxidation module were unrelated to the metabolic phenotype, as vehicle-dosed DIO mice did not show any changes in these KEGG domains compared to chow-fed controls. Kumar, M.
It is possible that, since GKN1 is expressed in differentiated gastric epithelial cells, the loss of GKN1 in gastric cancer reflects the loss of epithelial cell differentiation. Cell Host Microbe. Fecal lipid content was assayed by gas chromatography of fatty acid methyl esters. MetaGene: prokaryotic gene finding from environmental genome shotgun sequences.
Collaborators, G. Although the involvement of gut microbiota inducee NAFLD pathogenesis is complex, several reports demonstrated that intestinal bacteria may cause NAFLD via modulating diet induced obesity is linked to marked but reversible inflammation, energy homeostasis, choline metabolism, bile acid homeostasis and endogenous ethanol generation Kirpich et al. Gerald E. In mouse, the major distal gut microbiota are members belonging to Bacteroidetes and Firmicutes Ley et al. Our study illustrates how combining comparative metagenomics with gnotobiotic mouse models and specific dietary manipulations can disclose the niches of previously uncharacterized members of the gut microbiota. Introduction With more than 1.
Birse, R. The role of gut-liver axis in the pathogenesis of liver cirrhosis and portal hypertension. The gut microbiota and its relationship to diet and obesity: new insights. Structural modulation of the gut microbiota and the relationship with body weight: compared evaluation of liraglutide and saxagliptin treatment.
The cell wall-less prokaryote Mycoplasma pneumoniae approaches the minimal requirements for a cell yet produces a complex terminal organelle that mediates cytadherence and gliding motility. Quality filtering resulted inhigh-quality sequences total. Villanueva-Millan, M. Gastroenterology 150—52
Conventionalization of germ-free linked marked suppresses expression of But reversible in gut epithelial cells Studies in germ-free mice revealed that the gut microbiota enhances adiposity mainly by increased energy extraction from food obesity by regulating fat storage 1639 diet induced, and germ-free mice are protected from obesity and metabolic syndrome 1617 The sequences homologous to eukarya could be assigned to two principal groups: metazoa largely derived from host cells and apicomplexa. This suggests that loss of GKN1 alone is not sufficient to result in increased gastric cancer. Note that culture-based studies of E. Efficiency of calorie absorption was determined by the percent of calories consumed vs calorie content of stool. Mice on the Western diet gained significantly more weight than mice maintained on the CHO diet 5.
GKN1 was amplified by 30 cycles of PCR using the primers listed in supplementary Table 1and resolved by agarose gel electrophoresis. Manchester H-Index: Thus, the absence of GKN1, a protein made and released into the stomach, results in reduced diet-induced accumulation of body fat. Foster, T.
Kultima, J. Wang, J. Liraglutide was from Hoersholm Pharmacy Hoersholm, Denmark.
The trillions of microbes that colonize our adult intestines function collectively as a metabolic organ that communicates with, and complements, our own human metabolic apparatus. At family level, we found that S family accounted for the majority.
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The genetic background of our microbiota might determine how certain dietary factors are handled.
JAMA J. Gastrokine 1 mRNA in human sera is not informative biomarker for gastric cancer.
Figure 1. Effects of the gut microbiota on obesity and glucose homeostasis. The role of gut-liver axis in the pathogenesis of liver cirrhosis and portal hypertension. Gastroenterology— In contrast to bile acid converting bacteria, only a few cholesterol-reducing bacteria have been isolated
Anbazhagan, A. Suto, H. The liraglutide and GUB doses administered in the present study are within dose ranges previously reported to promote a robust weight loss in DIO mice 264041 Henderson, S.
Bacteroidales S is a butyrate-producing bacterium associated with intestinal epithelial cell health Villanueva-Millan et al. Search Search articles by subject, keyword or author. Nature— The stomach in health and disease.
Biochemistry 52 43— Full text links Read article at publisher's site DOI : How Diett impacts the gut microbiome is not known, but as a secreted, lumenal protein one possibility is that GKN1 acts directly on intestinal microbes to alter their function. Blood glucose was measured with the Accucheck meter and strips Roche, Indianapolis, IN following an i.
Mechanisms underlying the resistance to diet-induced obesity in germ-free mice. Diabetes 56— Compared to chow feeding, high-fat feeding for 35 weeks resulted in substantial rearrangement of the gut microbiota reflected by reduced bacterial community richness and diversity accompanied by highly consistent changes in the abundance of major bacterial divisions, dominated by phylum-level taxonomic shifts in FirmicutesBacteroidetesProteobacteria and Actinobacteria. Fisher H-Index: 2. Correspondence to Henrik H.
Stefater, M. Download PDF. In addition to regulating insulin sensitivity, the presence or absence of a microbial flora might also regulate cholesterol metabolism Lastly, agents that suppress GKN1 expression or block its actions in the gut may have the potential to prevent diet-induced obesity, improving quality of life and reducing the burdens of obesity on health care.
A review on gut microbiota: a central factor in the pathophysiology of obesity. The stomach, which is a obedity muscular organ that initiates the second stage of digestion, regulates body weight and metabolism 3. Introducing DOTUR, a computer program for defining operational taxonomic units and estimating species richness. Congenital leptin deficiency is associated with severe early-onset obesity in humans. Backhed, F.
Cell Metab. Summary Colonization of germ-free mice with a normal gut microbiota elicits bacteria-specific IgA antibody responses. Schuster H-Index: PubMed Abstract Google Scholar. Thus, the absence of GKN1, a protein made and released into the stomach, results in reduced diet-induced accumulation of body fat.
The study was conducted to investigate the alteration of gut microbiota and intestinal ANGPTLT4 expression in mice by high-fat diet treat Left heatmap : Spearman correlations between change in individual species abundance and various metabolic parameters affected by treatment, including plasma total cholesterol TCfasting glucose level on treatment day 14 Fasting glucosefasting terminal insulin levels fasting insulinglucose area-under the curve in an oral glucose tolerance test on treatment day 27 AUC glucose OGTTterminal plasma total triglycerides TGendpoint body weight loss relative to baseline Body weight lossand total caloric intake during the treatment period Total caloric intake. Hunt, R. World J. Burkholderiales bacterium YL45 and Verrucomicrobia e.
Undoubtedly, diet critically affects the gut microbiome, changes occur very rapidly, and adiposity might be transferable by fecal transplantation. Cell Host. Reverse reads were also generated to improve assembly per library; total of 7, reads. Validation of enhanced fermentation in the DIO microbiota To verify our in silico predictions concerning metabolic activities that are enriched in the Western-diet associated gut microbiome, we performed gas-chromatography-mass spectrometric and microanalytic assays of the concentrations of short chain fatty acids and lactate in aliquots of the same cecal samples that had been used for 16S rRNA surveys and metagenomic sequencing of community DNA See Methods in Supplemental Data. Interestingly, the two genome fragments containing PTS genes were each flanked by another gene involved in carbohydrate metabolism: in one case, an alpha-amylase starch degradation and in the other fragment, fructose-bisphosphate aldolase glycolysis. Supplementary information.
Metagenomic and biochemical analysis of the gut microbiome together with sequencing and metabolic reconstructions of a related human gut-associated Mollicute Eubacterium dolichum revealed features that may provide a competitive advantage to members of the bloom in the Western diet nutrient milieu, including import and processing of simple sugars. Compositional differences between study groups were measured using Bray-Curtis dissimilarity, which was calculated based on the OTU abundances and projected on the first two dimensions of a PCoA plot Gastrokine-1 GKN1 is an anti-amyloidogenic protein abundantly and specifically secreted into the stomach lumen. Biochimie91—
NLRP6 inflammasome regulates colonic microbial ecology and risk for colitis. Figure 1. An obesity-associated gut microbiome with increased capacity for energy harvest. Briefly, diet was laced with 2.
These studies are in accordance with the recent finding that obese and lean twins share a core microbiome tto the gene rather than at the phylum level Samples with less that 5, reads were removed from the OTU table. Received : 19 November It has to be stated that such an approach might encounter many pitfalls and challenges, such as the complexity of dietary factors, selection and preparation of donors, timing of intervention, current medication, and antibiotic pretreatment. Obesity and its sequelae have a major impact on human health. Article Google Scholar 3.
From an evolutionary perspective, a protein that increases deposition of energy in fat depots would be advantageous. However, as far as we know, only few studies explored the effects of Bacillus on lipid metabolism, and the limited results of these studies were simply obtained by detecting gene expressions and serum indexes Do et al. Cite this article Overstreet, AM. To evaluate microbial metabolic pathways associated with the gut microbiome compositional changes, the mouse gut microbiome genes were annotated with KEGG Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes. The liraglutide and GUB doses administered in the present study are within dose ranges previously reported to promote a robust weight loss in DIO mice 264041 ,
The liraglutide and GUB doses administered in the revrrsible study are within dose ranges previously reported to promote a robust weight loss in DIO mice 264041 Lactobacillus plantarum HAC01 regulates gut microbiota and adipose tissue accumulation in a diet-induced obesity murine model. World J. Normal chow diet was purchased from Xietong Organism Co. Figure 2. Diet-induced obesity is linked to marked but reversible alterations in the mouse distal gut microbiome. Secondary to the epidemic of obesity, the metabolic syndrome has become a major health problem.
The Mollicute bloom is accompanied by a division-wide suppression of Bacteroidetes, indicating that this Mollicute lineage has an increased fitness, not only relative to other Firmicutes, but also relative to all other Bacteroidetes identified in the community. Find articles by Kaser, A. Metagenomic and biochemical analysis of the gut microbiome together with sequencing and metabolic reconstructions of a related human gut-associated Mollicute Eubacterium dolichum revealed features that may provide a competitive advantage to members of the bloom in the Western diet nutrient milieu, including import and processing of simple sugars. Moreover, stimulation of Gpr43 by SCFAs limits inflammation in experimental models of colitis, arthritis, and asthma Cited by: 12 articles PMID:
Interestingly, the cholesterol-lowering properties of liraglutide and GUB were consistently correlated to reduced abundance of several members of Firmicutes Lachnospiraceae and Clostridiales spp. With more than 1. Cite this article Overstreet, AM. Stolz, D. Jeremy K. View author publications.
Genetic and functional differences between Bacteroides spp. Furthermore, widespread use of antibiotics in early reeversible has been suggested as a link to the obesity epidemic 4. Overstreet and Bernadette E. Thus, therapies to promote or maintain successful weight loss are needed. This report, however, has been challenged recently by a study in two different animal colonies with Tlr5 deficiency, where intestinal inflammatory disease or metabolic dysfunction was not evident Prevalence of childhood and adult obesity in the United States, —
Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron was introduced into germ-free wild-type, immunodeficient DLB receives research support from Pfizer. Diets and domestic quality tap water were available ad libitum. Therefore, we used loperamide-induced constipation in mice to evaluate the effects of yellow tea extract.
Sanchez, F. While marked data are consistent with the hypothesis that but reversible bloom is highly efficient at competing for oligo- and monosaccharide components of obesity linked Western diet, other alternative hypotheses for its diet induced remain to be explored, including changes in the gut environment e. The stomach in health and disease. This provided us with the animal model we had sought: diet-induced obesity followed by weight stabilization and reductions in adiposity, in genetically identical mice consuming defined diets who had inherited a similar microbiota from their mothers. The premise of UniFrac is that two microbial communities with a shared evolutionary history will share branches on a 16S rRNA phylogenetic tree, and that the fraction of branch length shared can be quantified and interpreted as the degree of community similarity.
The diet induced microbiota of linked conventionally-raised mice marked but the Western diet was revesrible by the same Mollicute lineage that had been identified obesity the earlier conventionalization bkt involving germ-free animals Figure S1. The microbiota ferments complex dietary plant polysaccharides that cannot be digested by the host, which lacks reversible requisite glycoside hydrolases in its proteome Sonnenburg et al. However, this bloom occurred in all mice fed the Western diet and did not require a functional innate or adaptive immune system: i. Microbial ecology: human gut microbes associated with obesity. Immunolocalization of Gkn1 in the gastric mucosa compared to g ghrelin or h leptin in WT vs. Lipids Health Dis20 107 Jul The number of the statements may be higher than the number of citations provided by EuropePMC if one paper cites another multiple times or lower if scite has not yet processed some of the citing articles.
Gut microbiota, epithelial function and derangements in obesity. Actin immunoblotting and Ponceau red staining of membranes were used as controls. Average bacterial DNA amount in mouse fecal samples was 1. Pace H-Index:
Here, we decipher the complex metabolic effects of microbial manipulation, by comparing germfree mice colonized by a human baby flora HBF or a normal flora to conventional mice. Getting to the guts of the matter. Li, C. Interactions between gut bacteria and bile in health and disease. Metabolism 42 11—
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All other authors declare no conflicts. Innduced, I. Energy-balance studies reveal associations between gut microbes, caloric load, and nutrient absorption in humans. Haitao Zhang H-Index: 3. Both compounds significantly reduced high-fat diet intake within the first days of dosing whereafter food intake was gradually normalized Fig. NLRP6 inflammasome regulates colonic microbial ecology and risk for colitis.
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Oxidation of excessive fatty acids generates ROS that damage organelles and stimulate signaling pathways leading to fibrosis and cellular injury Chang et al. Here we explored the molecular nature of the M. The effects of vertical sleeve gastrectomy in rodents are ghrelin independent. Microbiota transplantation from mice with DIO to lean germ-free recipients promoted greater fat deposition than transplants from lean donors. Liver Dis.
GKN1 is protease-resistant and very stable, refolding at elevated temperatures and markrd concentrations of urea 11suggesting that this secreted protein may be resistant to digestion and have effects in the intestine beyond the stomach. Campiti, Christina V. In addition, to visualize fat accumulation, OCT-embedded frozen sections were stained with oil red O. In this article we will discuss current evidence on how the intestinal microbiota might have a profound role in the development of obesity and the metabolic syndrome and thereby could contribute to the obesity epidemic. Lucinda Fulton Search articles by 'Lucinda Fulton'. To assess the formation of tumors, mice were injected i.
Moss, S. Ghrelin mRNA levels were assessed from mucosal scrapings of the stomach. Download references. Diet-induced obesity is linked to marked but reversible alterations in the mouse distal gut microbiome. A glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist lowers weight by modulating the structure of gut microbiota.
Therefore, we developed a gnotobiotic mouse model markef the microbiota is reduced to one bacterial species, and the antibody repertoire to a single, monoclonal IgA against the bacterium's capsular polysaccharide. Willander, H. Ishii, T. The 16S rDNA amplicons were analysed on rarefied data with 13, reads per sample. Additionally, recent studies demonstrated Nrf2 ablation in mice adipose tissue prevented diet-induced obesity Zhang et al. After that, hypothalami,
Role of the gut microbiota in immunity and revversible disease. The reduction in bacterial diversity in DIO mice was mainly attributed to enrichment of Firmicutes and Proteobacteria with a parallel reduction in the abundancy of Bacteroides Fig. Close banner Close. Baseline and terminal gut bacterial signatures were homogenous within each individual group Fig. All animal experiments were approved by the Danish Committee for Animal Research using internationally accepted principles for the use of laboratory animals license no. Azuma, T. PLoS One 71—6
Acta Physiol. Furthermore, intestinal permeability and serum endotoxin levels were increased in obesity-prone, but not obesity-resistant rats. Backhed, F.
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Another study also observed no differences between obese and non-obese subjects in the number of Bacteroidetes measured in fecal samples, and no significant changes using weight loss diets. Ljnked of selected representatives from the Firmicutes division, including the Mollicute bloom and closely related human strains 16S rRNA gene sequences for previously sequenced Firmicute genomes and Mollicute strains isolated from the human gut were identified in the RDP database Cole et al. Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations. Anim Microbiome3 105 Jul Eubacterium dolichum, E. Correspondingly, overall levels of diversity in the microbiota of each individual remained constant as these changes occurred in their gut microbial ecology Ley et al.
Furthermore, a species was assigned a taxonomy to a given level if more than a given percentage of genes were consistently annotated to a specific taxon. Advancing gut microbiome research using cultivation. The pathogenesis of obesity. View author publications.
Obedity study also described a decrease of Bacteroidetes in obesity and an increase in Firmicutes e. This might be comparable to the effects of dietary emulsifiers, which alter the gut microbiome to promote adiposity and metabolic syndrome We first compared this deep draft assembly of the E. The cure for obesity is diet and exercise and in some cases bariatric surgery.
A obesity linked gut reversible in obese and lean marked but. Cell Metab 22 2— Figure 3. Obssity obesity is linked to marked but reversible alterations diet induced the mouse distal gut microbiome. Enterotypes of the human gut microbiome. It should also be taken into account that DIO mice show changes in the abundance of Lachnospiraceae depending on the dietary fat source 77and suppressed high-fat diet intake by liraglutide and GUB treatment could therefore potentially have impacted the composition of this bacterial family.
Right heatmap : Fold change log 2 transformed in species abundance in individual mice as compared to baseline. A post-hoc Tukey test was used to determine which groups differed significantly. Caporaso, J.
In conclusion, DIO mice assumed a phylogenetically similar gut microbiota composition following liraglutide and GUB treatment, suggesting that GLP-2 receptor stimulation played a marginal role in the microbiome modulatory effects of GUB In contrast to bile acid converting bacteria, only a few cholesterol-reducing bacteria have been isolated
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Peter J. Diversity, biogenesis and function of microbial amyloids. Knight, S. The PTS also plays a role in regulating microbial gene expression through catabolite repression, allowing the cell to preferentially import simple sugars over other carbohydrates Deutscher et al.
Although probiotics have been shown to prevent obesity through multiple ways, only few researches investigated the lipid-lowering effects of probiotic Bacillus. Amand H-Index: 9. DLB receives research support from Pfizer. Heritable components of the human fecal microbiome are associated with visceral fat.
Cell Host. MetaGene: prokaryotic gene finding from environmental genome shotgun sequences. Figure 4. Fecal transplants have revealed promising results in the treatment of Clostridium difficile infection 88 and could become another interesting option for the therapy of obesity and metabolic syndrome. Published : 04 May Figure 2.
Abstract We have investigated the interrelationship between diet, gut microbial ecology, and energy balance using a mouse model of obesity produced by consumption of a prototypic Western diet. Altschul, S.
Reverse reads were also generated to improve assembly per library; total of 7, reads. Sequences were assigned to the lowest taxonomic group that would include all significant hits, using MEGAN Huson et al.
Article Google Scholar. For immunolocalization of ghrelin and leptin in stomach tissue FFPE tissue sections were treated for antigen retrieval by boiling 10 min in sodium citrate buffer 10 mM sodium citrate, 0.
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Induction of intestinal epithelial proliferation by glucagon-like peptide 2. Moreover, Lactobacillus consumption can also alter the gut microbiota community structure and enrich the operational taxonomic units that are negatively correlated with metabolic syndrome phenotypes, including NAFLD Compare et al.
Diversity of the human intestinal microbial flora. Liver Physiol. Together, these findings indicate that unlike other Mollicutes e. Whether suppression of GKN1 by salicylates plays a role in the reversal of diet- and obesity-related insulin resistance remains to be determined. Ley, R. All animals were sacrificed after 12 weeks of age Figure 1B. Mice on the Western diet gained significantly more weight than mice maintained on the CHO diet 5.
We have yet to successfully culture representatives obesity linked the Mollicute clade that diet induced in the distal gut marked of mice fed a Western diet. The images or other third party material in this but reversible are included in the article's Creative Commons licence, unless indicated otherwise in a credit line to the material. The human gut microbiota is estimated to consist of at least 10 14 bacteria and archaea, composed of approximately 1, prevalent species, with approximately such species per individual. To assess the formation of tumors, mice were injected i. Antibiotic therapy may be another factor affecting epithelial integrity, as treatment with metronidazole reduces mucus thickness and thereby predisposes mice to exacerbated Citrobacter rodentium —induced colitis
Raybould, H. Nature92—96 Dietary lipid absorption was estimated using a ratio of total fecal fatty acids to sucrose polybehenate. Modulation of gut microbiota during probiotic-mediated attenuation of metabolic syndrome in high fat diet-fed mice.
Sanchez, F. Liver tissues were resuspended in lysis buffer Biotime Biotechnology, Chinaground and rocked for 30 min on ice. Symbiotic gut microorganisms microbiome interact closely with the mammalian host's metabolism and are important determinants of human health. Gut microbiota: a key player in health and disease.
Figure 5. Immunolocalization of Gkn1 in the gastric mucosa compared to g ghrelin or h leptin in WT vs. Microbial ecology: human gut microbes associated with obesity. Secondary to the epidemic of obesity, the metabolic syndrome has become a major health problem. Haslam, D.
Abstract The present study investigated the effects of three probiotic strains viz. Both compounds were freshly dissolved in vehicle PBS with 0.
B DIO is associated with a marked reduction in the overall diversity of the cecal bacterial community. Glucose tolerance and insulin tests Blood glucose was measured with the Accucheck meter and strips Roche, Indianapolis, IN following an i.
After tag identification and trimming, all sequences from all samples were pooled and paired-end reads merged. Low-dose aspirin reduces the gene expression of gastrokine-1 in the antral mucosa of healthy subjects.
Figure 7. Samples with less that 5, reads were removed from the OTU table.
Indeed, a first small human study on fecal transplantation in patients with metabolic syndrome, though as yet only presented in abstract form, hinted toward improved insulin sensitivity
Wang, Q. In addition, reversibel alpha-diversity analyses were performed based on 16S sequencing data. The shotgun analysis yielded highly similar overall differences in microbiome signatures in the study groups as also identified by 16S sequencing Figs 2A,B and 4A,Bfurther supporting the observation that liraglutide and GUB treatment resulted in larger microbiome compositional changes compared to vehicle-dosed DIO mice. Abstract Enteroendocrine L-cell derived peptide hormones, notably glucagon-like peptide-1 GLP-1 and glucagon-like peptide-2 GLP-2have become important targets in the treatment of type 2 diabetes, obesity and intestinal diseases. Collaborators, G.
Altieri, F. Reversiboe aerogenes ZDY01 attenuates choline-induced trimethylamine N-Oxide levels by remodeling gut microbiota in mice. Gut 63— Show results from All journals This journal. We perform parallel microbiological profiling, metabolic profiling by 1H nuclear magnetic resonance of liver, plasma, urine and ileal flushes, and targeted profiling of bile ac Henderson, S. Madsen, M.