AD-gut annual meeting 2019 in Lund

Our 2019 Annual Meeting successfully took place in Lund, Sweden on May 17th 2019! Next - and last - meeting in 2020 in Bern!
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On behalf of all the AD-gut Consortium, we would like to warmly thanks again our partner in Lund for all the great organization of the successful event!!!

m-MOOCs

Available soon...
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AD-gut m-MOOCs “DNA/sequencing and super-resolution techniques” initiated by Professor Aleksandra Radenovic will be available soon.

AD-gut annual meeting 2018 in Mainz and Workshop on Microbiome

Our 2018 Annual Meeting successfully took place in Mainz, Germany from October 11th to 12th 2018! Next meeting in 2019 in Lund!
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Our AD-gut Annual Meeting 2018 successfully took place at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz from October 11th to 12th 2018. A Workshop focused on Microbiome followed our Annual Meeting on the second day, on October 12th 2018 with the participation of the following speakers:

– Dr. Kristina Endres from Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy (UM JGU), DRZ, Mainz, Germany, talk entitled “Little steps into an exciting “new” world: Alzheimer’s disease and the gut microbiome”

– Prof. Dr. Jeroen Raes from RaesLab, VIB, Leuven, Belgium, talk entitled “Quantitative, population-level microbiome monitoring – the Flemish Gut Flora project”

– Dr. Bahtiyar Yilmaz from DBMR, Universität Bern, Switzerland, talk entitled “The clinical determinants shape gut microbial profile in inflammatory bowel disease patients”

On behalf of all the AD-gut Consortium, we would like to warmly thanks again our partner in Mainz for all the great organization of the successful events!!!

Publications

The first publications related to the AD-gut project are published.
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NAR Genomics and Bioinformatics: “Identifying microbial species by single-molecule DNA optical mapping and resampling statistics”, published on 5th October 2019, EPFL press release

Nature Methods: “Parameter-free image resolution estimation based on decorrelation analysis”, published on 26th August 2019, EPFL press release

Biomedical Optics Express: “Supervised learning to quantify amyloidosis in whole brains of an Alzheimer’s disease mouse model acquired with optical projection tomography”, published on 1st June 2019

ChemBioChem: “Orthogonally Stimulated Assembly/Disassembly of Depsi‐peptides by Rational Chemical Design”, published on 28th January 2019

Advanced Materials: “Autonomous Ultra-Fast Self-Healing Hydrogels by pH-Responsive Functional Nanofiber Gelators as Cell Matrices”, published on 11th January 2019

GCB Bioenergy: “Growth of engineered Pseudomonas putida KT2440 on glucose, xylose, and arabinose: Hemicellulose hydrolysates and their major sugars as sustainable carbon sources”, published on 4th January 2019

eLife: “Integrated culturing, modeling and transcriptomics uncovers complex interactions and emergent behavior in a synthetic gut community”, published on 16th October 2018

Chemistry-An Asian Journal: “Dynamic Core–Shell Bioconjugates for Targeted Protein Delivery and Release”, published on 23rd July 2018

Current Opinion in Microbiology: “Go with the flow or solitary confinement: a look inside the single-cell toolbox for isolation of rare and uncultured microbes”, published on 13th June 2018

Biomacromolecules: “Lectin-Functionalized Composite Hydrogels for “Capture-and-Killing” of Carbapenem-Resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa”, published on 17th April 2018

Nature Photonics: “Combined multi-plane phase retrieval and super-resolution optical fluctuation imaging for 4D cell microscopy”, published on 26th February 2018, EPFL press release

Nature Communications: “Quantifying protein densities on cell membranes using super-resolution optical fluctuation imaging”, published on 23rd November 2017

Biomedical Optics Express: “Optical projection tomography for rapid whole mouse brain imaging”, published on 15th November 2017

International Journal of Molecular Sciences: “Reduced Fluorescent Protein Switching Fatigue by Binding-Induced Emissive State Stabilization”, published on 20th September 2017

Scientific Reports: “Correcting for photodestruction in super-resolution optical fluctuation imaging”, published on 5th September 2017

Antimicrobial research: Novel bioknowledge and educational programs (A. Méndez-Vilas, Ed.): “Aptamers as promising agents in diagnostic and therapeutic applications”, Book Chapter

Antimicrobial research: Novel bioknowledge and educational programs (A. Méndez-Vilas, Ed.): “Jelly Bombs – Hydrogels as Weapons against Microorganisms”, Book Chapter

Advanced Healthcare Materials: “Spatiotemporally Controlled Release of Rho-Inhibiting C3 Toxin from a Protein-DNA Hybrid Hydrogel for Targeted Inhibition of Osetoclast Formation and Activity”, published on 31st July 2017

Tetrahedron-Elsevier: “Native protein hydrogels by dynamic boronic acid chemistry”, published on 29th June 2017

Chemical Communications: “Live-cell monochromatic dual-label sub-diffraction microscopy by mt-pcSOFI”, published on 31st May 2017

Angewandte Chemie International Edition: “Methyltransferase-Directed Labeling of Biomolecules and its Applications”, published on 10th April 2017

Scientific Reports: “Reduction of Abeta amyloid pathology in APPPS1 transgenic mice in the absence of gut microbiota”, published on 8th February 2017

Nature Communications: “Complementarity of PALM and SOFI for super-resolution live-cell imaging of focal adhesions”, published on 19th December 2016

Biomedical Optics Express: “Statistical parametric mapping of stimuli evoked changes in total blood flow velocity in the mouse cortex obtained with extended-focus optical coherence microscopy”, published on 2nd December 2016

Nano Letters: “Single Molecule Localization and Discrimination of DNA-Protein Complexes by Controlled Translocation Through Nanocapillaries”, published on 7th November 2016

EPFL press release | Launch of AD-gut H2020 project: A new lead in the quest to understand Alzheimer’s, published on 19th May 2016

New project website online

New project website is up and running.

A new lead in the quest to understand Alzheimer’s

A consortium of European researchers is pursuing a new and unexpected lead in Alzheimer’s research. They are examining the intestinal microbiome and its effect on neurodegeneration. EPFL is coordinating the consortium, which is a part of the pan-European Horizon 2020 initiative.