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la Rosa, A. (author), Agamennone, V. (author), Saitta, A. (author), Ambrosio, E. (author)
Xylaria putaminum is reported for the first time in Italy. The species was described from Northern Africa and this Italian record represents the second one in Europe. The ascomata were collected in the Natural Reserve of “Capo Rama” (Sicily) on senescent fruits of Olea europaea. Macro- and micromorphological descriptions are provided and new...
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Agamennone, V. (author), Abuja, P.M. (author), Basic, M. (author), De Angelis, M. (author), Gessner, A. (author), Keijser, B. (author), Larsen, M. (author), Pinart, M. (author), Nimptsch, K. (author), Pujos-Guillot, E. (author), Schlicht, K. (author), Sharon, I. (author), Untersmayr, E. (author), Laudes, M. (author), ischon, T. (author), Bouwman, J. (author)
Studies indicate that the intestinal microbiota influences general metabolic processes in humans, thereby modulating the risk of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, allergy, cardiovascular disease, and colorectal cancer (CRC). Dietary factors are also directly related to chronic disease risk, and they affect the composition and function of...
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Venhorst, J. (author), van der Vossen, J.M.B.M. (author), Agamennone, V. (author)
The pathogenic Clostridioides difficile and Clostridium perfringens are responsible for many health care-associated infections as well as systemic and enteric diseases. Therefore, they represent a major health threat to both humans and animals. Concerns regarding increasing antibiotic resistance (related to C. difficile and C. perfringens) have...
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Sharon, I. (author), Quijada, N.M. (author), Pasolli, E. (author), Fabbrini, M. (author), Vitali, F. (author), Agamennone, V. (author), Dötsch, A. (author), Selberherr, E. (author), Grau, J.H. (author), Meixner, M. (author), Liere, K. (author), Ercolini, D. (author), de Filippo, C. (author), Caderni, G. (author), Brigidi, P. (author), Turroni, S. (author)
The core microbiome, which refers to a set of consistent microbial features across populations, is of major interest in microbiome research and has been addressed by numerous studies. Understanding the core microbiome can help identify elements that lead to dysbiosis, and lead to treatments for microbiome-related health states. However, defining...
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Steinert, R.E. (author), Rehman, A. (author), Souto Lima, E.J. (author), Agamennone, V. (author), Schuren, F.H.J. (author), Gero, D. (author), Schreiner, P. (author), Vonlanthen, R. (author), Ismaeil, A. (author), Tzafos, S. (author), Hosa, H. (author), Vetter, D. (author), Misselwitz, B. (author), Bueter, M. (author)
The Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) remains the most effective treatment for morbidly obese patients to lower body weight and improve glycemic control. There is recent evidence that the mycobiome (fungal microbiome) can aggravate disease severity in a number of diseases including inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)...
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Keijser, B.J.F. (author), Agamennone, V. (author), van den Broek, T.J. (author), Caspers, M. (author), van de Braak, A. (author), Bomers, R. (author), Havekes, M. (author), Schoen, E. (author), van Baak, M. (author), Mioch, D. (author), Bomers, L. (author), Montijn, R.C. (author)
Background: Antibiotic therapy is commonly used in animal agriculture. Antibiotics excreted by the animals can contaminate farming environments, resulting in long term exposure of animals to sub-inhibitory levels of antibiotics. Little is known on the effect of this exposure on antibiotic resistance. In this study, we aimed to investigate the...
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Agamennone, V. (author), Krul, C.A.M. (author), Rijkers, G. (author), Kort, R. (author)
BACKGROUND Antibiotic-associated diarrhea (AAD) is a side-effect frequently associated with the use of broad spectrum antibiotics. Although a number of clinical studies show that co-administration of specific probiotics reduces the risk for AAD, there is still unclarity among healthcare professionals on the recommendation of probiotic products....
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Agamennone, V. (author), van Straalen, J. (author), Brouwer, A. (author), de Boer, T.E. (author), Hensbergen, P.J. (author), Zaagman, N. (author), Braster, M. (author), van Straalen, N.M. (author), Roelofs, D. (author), Janssens, T.K.S. (author)
Antibiotic resistance necessitates the search for new bioactive compounds with novel mechanisms of action. Natural products derived from bacteria and fungi are widely used in the field of medicine and new environments can be explored as sources of antimicrobials. Bacteria associated with springtails have shown high inhibitory activity against...
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Agamennone, V. (author), Le, N.G. (author), van Straalen, N.M. (author), Brouwer, A. (author), Roelofs, D. (author)
The microbiome associated with an animal’s gut and other organs is considered an integral part of its ecological functions and adaptive capacity. To better understand how microbial communities influence activities and capacities of the host, we need more information on the functions that are encoded in a microbiome. Until now, the information...
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Agamennone, V. (author), Krul, C.A.M. (author), Rijkers, G. (author), Kort, R. (author)
Background Antibiotic-associated diarrhea (AAD) is a side-effect frequently associated with the use of broad spectrum antibiotics. Although a number of clinical studies show that co-administration of specific probiotics reduces the risk for AAD, there is still unclarity among healthcare professionals on the recommendation of probiotic products....
article 2018
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