Second World congress on  targeting microbiota , The list of Major Speakers & Short Oral Presentations already Accepted for Targeting Microbiota World Congress is available On behalf of Scientific Committee of Targeting Microbiota World Congress 2014, we are pleased to inform you about the updated list of speakers and short oral presentations already accepted for the 2nd World Congress on Targeting Microbiota: Towards Clinical Revolution, which will be held at Institut Pasteur, Paris, on October 16-17, 2014.


Among Speakers & Short Oral Presentations already accepted:

Evolution, Cooperation & Conflicts
Pierre-Henri Gouyon, National Museum of Natural History, Paris, France

Interactions of Segmented Bacterium with the Host Immune System
Nadine Cerf-Bensussan, Institut Imagine, Paris, France

Microbiota and Intestinal Epithelium: Decrypting Signals in the Crypt
Philippe Sansonetti, Institut Pasteur, Paris, France

Redox Signaling Mediated by Gut Microbiota: A Mechanism of Host-Symbiont Crosstalk
Andrew Scott Neish, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, USA

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ReminderThe Scientific Committee of Targeting Microbiota 2014 invites all academics, researchers and industrials to present their latest innovations and researches in Microbiota field.

 

 

 

Deadline for Oral Presentations Submission: August 26th

Deadline for Poster Presentations Submission: September 10th


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intestineThe aim of this workshop is to discuss last advances, practical issues, limits of the intestinal microbiota and Fecal microbiota transplantation in various pathologies.

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Mitochondria

Interestingly, due to the prokaryotic origin of mitochondria, mitochondria and microbiota share commons features. Based on an evolutionary point of view, this common origin had profound effects in term of functional interaction with the host.

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microbioteThe scientific committee of Targeting Microbiota will discuss how oxidative stress can modulate microbiota diversity and quality, and the relation with chronic inflammatory diseases or general inflammation.

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