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The "2nd World Congress on Gastroenterology & Hepatology" will take place in the city of London, UK on September 09-10, 2019 with the theme of "New approaches to the diagnosis and management of gastrointestinal diseases". WCGH 2019 is designed to update health care providers practicing in gastroenterology and hepatology about new approaches to the diagnosis and management of gastrointestinal and liver diseases. Faculty will present data on multiple topics including general gastroenterology, inflammatory bowel disease, colorectal neoplasia, esophageal diseases, motility, nutrition, pancreaticobiliary disorders, endoscopy and hepatology.
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The mammalian gut microbiota confers colonization resistance against pathogenic bacteria. Specific pathogen-free C57BL/6 mice from different vendors are variably resistant to oral non-typhoidal Salmonella infection. New work shows that differences in endogenous Enterobacteriaceae determine this phenotypic variability.
Single-cell RNA profiling of colonic epithelial crypts from healthy volunteers and patients with ulcerative colitis adds pH-regulating colonocytes and goblet cells expressing a major determinant of barrier maintenance to the current arsenal of uncovered colonic epithelial cell types.
A new study shows that a real-world care pathway for patients with NAFLD in primary care can increase the detection of patients with clinically significant liver disease and decrease referrals for patients who could be managed in the community.
Colonic diverticular bleeding (CDB) and acute colonic diverticulitis (ACD) show high recurrence rates. The establishment of optimal strategies that prevent the recurrence of CDB and ACD is a major concern among gastroenterologists Pitcher plants capture insects by luring them into a pitfall trap - a cupped leaf with a waxy, slippery interior that makes it difficult to climb out. A soup of digestive fluids sits at the bottom of this chamber and breaks down the flesh and exoskeletons of prey. The study probes the origins of carnivory in several distantly related plants - including the Australian, Asian and American pitcher plants, which appear strikingly similar to the human (or insect) eye.
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