New research given by Dr Christoph Thaiss in the award winning essay for "Science and the SciLifeLab Award for Young Scientists "describing a number of metabolism of bacteria in human inflammation was changed during obesity.
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Although previous investigations on body clock initiatives associated with high blood sugar and obesity, this new research changes in a microbiome drop activity for 24 hours, which can alter the hostel's body clock.
Thaiss's previous research and his team have to identify how obesity is infective to infection and to be infected. Getting food to subsequent stress access is linked to obesity.
The winning article, with the title "Microbiome dynamics in reesity," a & # 39; Connecting the growing network of helpers to obesity.
Body clock changes, in particular, are a major danger to people around the world who are involved in unparalleled movement or array. The important product of after-feeding nutrition, called the yo-yo effect, is the general feature in obesity.
Pre-fatigue people who have been losing stress again, which researchers have a fascinating celebration.
Thaiss concluded that obesity caused a change to the microbiota drop, changes that even after the organs, mice in this test, returned to healthy weight.
The weight weight associated with the yo-yo effect can be encouraged in others by fecal movement, and # 39; Determination of place for collapse molecules as a source of obesity.
The next step, according to Thaiss, is to prove this mouse-based search in human groups. This was done by his research on how hyperglycaemia is caused by illness; protective wall is protected, causing bacteria to enter blood blood.
In humans, there is a strong association between people with high blood sugar and by distributing microbial substances that are ill; circulation, thus connecting obesity and infection or tendency.
An interesting question we are going on is going on; in any way our approach can be used to develop metabolic health in humans. "
Dr. Christoph Thaiss, Award Winner
The prize will be awarded by SciLifeLab, a Swedish life science center, and Science, the prestigious journal, and will be given annually to early professional scientists who investigate original research.
The prize gives 30,000 prizes to the winner with the two supporters, as well as support from the largest private property in Sweden on research, the Knut Trust and Alice Wallenberg.
Amongst other benefits this year, Tim Wang is an essay entitled "Paring down to the essentials", Matthew Savoca for "Olfactory Holding Ecology", and Ruixue Wan for "A & # 39 ; main part of gene production, published. " These, along with Thaiss & "Microbiome dynamics in reesity" will be published there Science.