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Webinar. Akkermansia, the marvellous gut bacteria

Join Prof. Ancha Baranova at 8 pm UK time on the 27th of April as she seeks to answer the question: Is Akkermansia a friend, foe or both, depending on specific variables?

Join Prof. Ancha Baranova at 8 pm UK time on the 27th of April as she seeks to answer the question: Is Akkermansia a friend, foe or both, depending on specific variables?

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Webinar. Akkermansia, the marvellous gut bacteria

Join Prof. Ancha Baranova at 8 pm UK time on the 27th of April as she seeks to answer the question: Is Akkermansia a friend, foe or both, depending on specific variables?

Join Prof. Ancha Baranova at 8 pm UK time on the 27th of April as she seeks to answer the question: Is Akkermansia a friend, foe or both, depending on specific variables?

On the agenda

Akkermansia makes up around 1−5% of intestinal microbiota in healthy individuals. Emerging research has flagged this microbe as a promising probiotic that improves immune health and metabolic functions whilst potentially aiding weight loss.

With that said, researchers have observed increased amounts of Akkermansia in those with multiple sclerosis alongside pro-inflammatory antibodies to this specific bacteria.

On the agenda

Akkermansia makes up around 1−5% of intestinal microbiota in healthy individuals. Emerging research has flagged this microbe as a promising probiotic that improves immune health and metabolic functions whilst potentially aiding weight loss.

With that said, researchers have observed increased amounts of Akkermansia in those with multiple sclerosis alongside pro-inflammatory antibodies to this specific bacteria.

Akkermansia makes up around 1−5% of intestinal microbiota in healthy individuals. Emerging research has flagged this microbe as a promising probiotic that improves immune health and metabolic functions whilst potentially aiding weight loss.

With that said, researchers have observed increased amounts of Akkermansia in those with multiple sclerosis alongside pro-inflammatory antibodies to this specific bacteria.

The role of Akkermansia in the gut microbiome

The relationship between Akkermansia and other bacteria in the gut microbiome

How Akkermansia can reinforce the gut lining and improve immune health

Whether Akkermansia supplementation can aid with weight management

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The potential link between Akkermansia and multiple sclerosis

The role of Akkermansia in the gut microbiome

      The relationship between Akkermansia and other bacteria in the gut microbiome

      How Akkermansia can reinforce the gut lining and improve immune health

      Whether Akkermansia supplementation can aid with weight management

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      The potential link between Akkermansia and multiple sclerosis

      Akkermansia Webinar

      Akkermansia Webinar

      Our speaker

      Professor at the School of Systems Biology and Director of the Chronic Metabolic and Rare Diseases Initiative at George Mason University in Virginia

      Ancha Baranova

      Professor at the School of Systems Biology and Director of the Chronic Metabolic and Rare Diseases Initiative at George Mason University in Virginia. More

      Our speaker

      Professor at the School of Systems Biology and Director of the Chronic Metabolic and Rare Diseases Initiative at George Mason University in Virginia

      Ancha Baranova

      Professor at the School of Systems Biology and Director of the Chronic Metabolic and Rare Diseases Initiative at George Mason University in Virginia. More
      Ancha Baranova is a Professor at the School of Systems Biology and Director of the Chronic Metabolic and Rare Diseases Initiative at George Mason University in Virginia, USA. Prof. Baranova has authored more than 100 research papers and has been granted 9 US patents during her distinguished career. She also sits on the Science Advisory Board at Atlas Biomed.

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