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Name: Dr. Dore, Joël
Address:
Institution: Unité d'Ecologie et Physiologie du Système Digestif - Equipe Biodiversité Phylogénétique et Fonctionnelle
 
City: Zip:
Country: France Phone: 01 34 65 27 09
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Email: joel.dore@jouy.inra.fr
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Research Topics:
Integration of microbial ecology in a general strategy of functional evaluation of the human intestinal microbiota, its impact on health and food safety. This includes : # Culture independent re-evaluation of the human intestinal microbiota # Analysis of determinants of homeostasis of the human intestinal microbiota # Characterization of molecular crosstalk between commensal bacteria and host cells Applied goals encompass scientific support to health allegations of functional foods and to therapeutic choices in the area of inflammatory bowel disease.

 

Organisms studied:
  • Anaerobic bacteria
  • mucosa associated bacteria
  • whole human intestinal microbiota

 

Special methods / technologies:
Metagenomics and functional genomics of the human intestinal ecosystem

 

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