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Presented By: Michigan Microbiome Project

Microbiome Seminar: Mechanisms of colonization resistance to Salmonella Typhimurium in the mouse

Joseph Pickard, Ph.D.

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Michigan Microbiome Project
Abstract: Colonization resistance is one of the primary benefits the gut microbiota provides for the host animal. How the gut bacterial community remains stable and resists invasion has been a subject of much research over many decades. We are using Salmonella Typhimurium as a model pathogen in mice, in hopes of discovering new facets to this well-studied interaction. In vitro and in vivo results point to amino acids as a potentially important nutrient for Salmonella. Key protective anaerobic bacteria also ferment amino acids, thus giving support for a nutrient competition basis for colonization resistance.

Hosts: Matt Ostrowski & Celeste Alexander
Michigan Microbiome Project
Zoom Meeting: https://umich.zoom.us/j/98500663735

https://microbe.med.umich.edu/about/seminars/mechanisms-colonization-resistance-salmonella-typhimurium-mouse
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September 15, 2021 (Wednesday) 9:00am
Meeting ID: 98500663735

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