Evaluation of Transitional Changes Shaping the Infants’ Gut Microbiota in Early Life: The CI.EMME Study

Prof. Di PilatoProf. Vincenzo Di Pilato from the University of Genoa, Italy will join Targeting Microbiota 2023 on October 17-19 to present his latest research "Evaluation of Transitional Changes Shaping the Infants' Gut Microbiota in Early Life: The CI.EMME Study".

The gut microbiota (GM) consists in a densely populated ecosystem that, from birth onwards, colonizes the intestinal tract through a highly dynamic processes, fundamental for health later in life. Indeed, disturbance of the GM in early life may results in lifelong consequences, and certain microbial features can be associated with disease states that are manifested at later stages, including asthma, inflammatory bowel disease, and metabolic disorders.

In the context of the CI.EMME study, Prof. Di Pilato and his team, longitudinally investigated the transitional changes of GM in a cohort of infants, expanding knowledge about the microbiota composition and maturation paths in early life.

Join Targeting Microbiota 2023 to learn more about Prof. Di Pilato's talk. 

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Targeting Microbiota 2023 Congress
October 17-19, 2023 - Venice
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