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Bacterial supplement could reduce risk of heart disease in obese people

People with obesity-related conditions may benefit from supplements of the gut commensal Akkermansia muciniphila, a recent study suggests.

Some gut bacteria could prevent and reverse food allergies

Beneficial gut microbes may prevent and reverse food allergies, a study published in Nature Medicine finds.

Richard Ellis: ‘Bringing probiotics from the lab to the market’

Richard Ellis, Head of Business Development at Biose, explains how CDMO companies assist start-ups in bringing live biotherapeutic products to the market.

Antonio Gasbarrini (Cemad): ‘Great expectations for the next generation probiotics’

What characteristics will the probiotics of the future have? We asked Antonio Gasbarrini, director of CEMAD at the Policlinico Gemelli.

Travis Whitfill: ‘We’re studying new products for skin diseases’

Travis Whitfill, Co-Founder and CSO of Azitra, explains how Staphylococcus epidermidis-based products may treat various skin conditions and diseases.

Alan Wade: ‘This is how we study probiotics at CPS Research’

Alan G. Wade, the founder of CPS Research, talks about how they analyze the microbiota to assess the impact of probiotics on health.

Denise Kelly: ‘2019 will be a very important year for the...

Probiotics: 2019 will be crucial for scientific and regulatory aspects with help coming also from Venture Capital. Denise Kelly from Seventure talks about it.

Regulation of probiotics: challenges and opportunities

The development of probiotics presents major regulatory challenges. We discussed it this Clara Desvignes from Voisin Consulting Life Sciences.

A microbiome approach to address NAFLD and intrahepatic cholestasis in pregnancy

MetaboGen is active in the field of live biotherapeutic products and on the study of liver diseases. We discussed their approach with Sara Malcus, CEO of the company.

Hospital-acquired infections: could probiotics and phages replace disinfectants?

Combining probiotics with bacteriophages could improve hospital sanitation practices by eliminating drug-resistant pathogens.