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Performance of Stool Testing Recommendations for Acute Gastroenteritis when Used to Identify Children with Nine Potential Bacterial Enteropathogens.

The ability to identify bacterial pathogens that necessitate specific clinical management or public health action in children with acute gastroenteritis is crucial to patient care and public health. However, existing stool testing guidelines offer inconsistent recommendations, and their performance characteristics are unknown. We evaluated six leading gastroenteritis guidelines (e.g. those of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Infectious Disease Society of America) that recommend when to tes...


The bacterial communities of the small intestine and stool in children with short bowel syndrome.

Short bowel syndrome (SBS) presents an increasing problem in pediatrics. SBS often results from surgical resection of necrotic bowel following necrotizing enterocolitis or treatment of anatomic gastrointestinal defects. SBS is associated with significant morbidity and mortality, and creates substantial burdens for patients, families, and the health system. Recent reports have demonstrated that the fecal microbiome of children with SBS is significantly different from healthy control and severe intestinal mic...

A metagenomics investigation of carbohydrate-active enzymes along the goat and camel intestinal tract.

Studies of the digestive microbiota of ruminant animals most often focus on the bacterial diversity in the rumen or the feces of the animals, but little is known about the diversity and functions of their distal intestine. Here, the bacterial microbiota of the distal intestinal tract of two goats and two camels was investigated by metagenomics techniques. The bacterial taxonomic diversity and carbohydrate-active enzyme profile were estimated for samples taken from the small intestine, the large intestine, a...


Development of a host-microbiome model of the small intestine.

The intestinal epithelium plays an essential role in the balance between tolerant and protective immune responses to infectious agents. In vitro models do not typically consider the innate immune response and gut microbiome in detail, so these models do not fully mimic the physiologic aspects of the small intestine. We developed and characterized a long-term in vitro model containing enterocyte, goblet, and immune-like cells exposed to a synthetic microbial community representative of commensal inhabitants ...

Treatment in a Tertiary Intestinal Rehabilitation Center Improves Outcome for Children With Short Bowel Syndrome.

The aim of this study was to determine prognostic factors in pediatric patients with short bowel syndrome and very short bowel syndrome (defined as less than 25 cm of the bowel with or without colon). This was a retrospective, single-center, observational study that included patients with intestinal failure. Thirty-eight children with short bowel syndrome were included in the study (mean age at diagnosis = 8.4 [range = 0-48] months; female/male = 20/18); 12 children (31.6%) had very short bowel syndrome. We...

Microscopic structure of albino rats' small intestine.

Introduction: The small intestine of albino rats is a transitive canal between the stomach and the cecum that is closely located from each other, reaches a length of one meter, which in comparison ratio to body weight significantly exceeds the corresponding segment in humans. The aim: The paper is aimed at thorough histological study of the wall and structure of albino rats' small intestine mucosa.

Gut bacterial tyrosine decarboxylases restrict levels of levodopa in the treatment of Parkinson's disease.

Human gut microbiota senses its environment and responds by releasing metabolites, some of which are key regulators of human health and disease. In this study, we characterize gut-associated bacteria in their ability to decarboxylate levodopa to dopamine via tyrosine decarboxylases. Bacterial tyrosine decarboxylases efficiently convert levodopa to dopamine, even in the presence of tyrosine, a competitive substrate, or inhibitors of human decarboxylase. In situ levels of levodopa are compromised by high abun...

Correlation of Gut Microbiome Between ASD Children and Mothers and Potential Biomarkers for Risk Assessment.

Variation of maternal gut microbiota may increase the risk of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) in offspring. Animal studies have indicated that maternal gut microbiota is related to neurodevelopmental abnormalities in mouse offspring, while it is unclear whether there is a correlation between gut microbiota of ASD children and their mothers. We examined the relationships between gut microbiome profiles of ASD children and those of their mothers, and evaluated the clinical discriminatory power of discovered ...

Comparative analysis of intestinal bacteria among venom secretion and non-secrection snakes.

To further investigate the bacterial community and identify the bacterial biomarkers between venom secretion and non-venom secretion snakes, 50 intestinal samples (25 large intestine, 25 small intestine) were obtained from 29 snakes (13 gut samples from Deinagkistrodon, 26 from Naja and 11 from Ptyas mucosa). 16S rDNA high-throughput sequencing results showed that 29 bacterial phyla, 545 bacterial genera, and 1,725 OTUs (operational taxonomic units) were identified in these samples. OTU numbers and the Ace,...

Dietary fibre, functions by modulating the entero-hepatic circulation.

Dietary Fibre (DF) is not an essential component of the diet but a modulator of the absorption and colonic metabolism of nutrients and xenobiotics along the small and large intestine. In the colon DF stimulates the bacterial flora, bacterial mass and metabolism, thereby influencing the entero-hepatic circulation (EHC) and faecal output. This modulation is dependent upon the amount and physical state of DF intake.

Identification of growth patterns of preterm and small-for-gestational age children from birth to 4 years - do they catch up?

Background A legitimate indication for growth hormone (GH) therapy in children born too light or short at birth [small-for-gestational age (SGA)] exists in Germany and the European Union only if special criteria are met. Methods We conducted a longitudinal, multi-centered study on full-term appropriate-for-gestational age (AGA, n=1496) and pre-term born SGA (n=173) and full-term SGA children (n=891) in Germany from 2006 to 2010. We analyzed height, weight, body mass index (BMI) and head circumference. Resul...

Multigene sequencing analysis of children born small for gestational age with isolated short stature.

Patients born small for gestational age (SGA) who present with persistent short stature may have an underlying genetic etiology which accounts for prenatal and postnatal growth impairment. We have applied a unique massive parallel sequencing approach in cohort of exclusively nonsyndromic SGA patients to simultaneously interrogate for clinically significant genetic variants.

Experiencing regret about a choice helps children learn to delay gratification.

Children (6- and 7-year-olds) decided whether to wait for a short delay to win a prize or for a longer period to win a different prize. Those who chose to take their prize after a short delay won two candies but were shown that they would have won four candies if they had waited longer. We measured whether children regretted their choice not to wait. The next day, children were faced with the same choice again. Children who regretted choosing the short delay on Day 1 were more likely to delay gratification ...

Characterization of the intestinal microbiota of the sea cucumber Holothuria glaberrima.

High-throughput 16S rRNA gene sequencing has been used to identify the intestinal microbiota of many animal species, but that of marine invertebrate organisms remains largely unknown. There are only a few high-throughput sequencing studies on the intestinal microbiota of echinoderms (non-vertebrate Deuterostomes). Here we describe the intestinal microbiota of the sea cucumber Holothuria glaberrima, an echinoderm, well-known for its remarkable power of regeneration. We characterized the microbiota from the a...

Single-Cell Analysis Reveals Regional Reprogramming during Adaptation to Massive Small Bowel Resection in Mice.

The small intestine (SI) displays regionality in nutrient and immunological function. Following SI tissue loss (as occurs in short gut syndrome, or SGS), remaining SI must compensate, or "adapt"; the capacity of SI epithelium to reprogram its regional identity has not been described. Here, we apply single-cell resolution analyses to characterize molecular changes underpinning adaptation to SGS.

Panton-Valentine leucocidin is the key determinant of pyomyositis in a bacterial GWAS.

Pyomyositis is a severe bacterial infection of skeletal muscle, commonly affecting children in tropical regions, predominantly caused by . To understand the contribution of bacterial genomic factors to pyomyositis, we conducted a genome-wide association study of cultured from 101 children with pyomyositis and 417 children with asymptomatic nasal carriage attending the Angkor Hospital for Children, Cambodia. We found a strong relationship between bacterial genetic variation and pyomyositis, with estimated h...

Multiple respiratory microbiota profiles are associated with lower airway inflammation in children with protracted bacterial bronchitis.

Effective management of protracted bacterial bronchitis (PBB) is needed to prevent chronic disease (e.g. bronchiectasis). Understanding the contributions of on-going airway infection and inflammation is important to achieving optimal PBB treatments. The aim of this study was to compare bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) microbiota, bacterial biomass and inflammatory markers in children with PBB and age-matched controls.

Postnatal management of growth failure in children born small for gestational age.

To discuss the etiology and growth consequences of small size at birth and the indications, effects, and safety of biosynthetic growth hormone therapy in children born small for gestational age.

An ileo-ileal intussusception secondary to polypoid lipoma in a child, a case report and review of the literature.

Intramuscular intestinal lipoma is one of the rare benign tumours of the small intestine in children and acts as a lead point of intussusception.

Transcriptomic and microbiota response on Litopenaeus vannamei intestine subjected to acute sulfide exposure.

Harmful effects of water pollutants are myriad. Sulfide from water bodies affects the aquatic animals. Intestine barrier function serves as the front-line of animals defense. Our previous study confirmed the toxic effect of sulfide on intestine immune response of Litopenaeus vannamei, but the underlying mechanisms remained elusive. Therefore, in this study, we investigated the transcriptomic and microbiota responses of the L. vannamei intestine subjected to acute sulfide exposure. Sulfide decreased bacteria...

First-year predictors of health-related quality of life changes in short-statured children treated with human growth hormone.

Little attention has been directed towards examining the impact of predictors on change in health-related quality of life (HRQOL) within the course of growth hormone (GH) treatment in pediatric short stature. We aimed to assess changes in HRQOL and its sociodemographic, clinical and psychosocial predictors in children and adolescents diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency (GHD), and born short for gestational age (SGA) before and 12-month after start of GH treatment from the parents' perspective. Results ...

Proteomic analysis of small intestinal epithelial cells in antibiotic-treated mice: Changes in drug transporters and metabolizing enzymes.

Antibiotics act on bacterial flora originally present in the intestine, and changes in the intestinal flora have various effects on the host. This study investigated changes in the protein levels of drug transporters and metabolizing enzymes in the small intestines of antibiotic-treated mice by proteomic analysis. After the oral administration of non-absorbable antibiotics (vancomycin and polymyxin B) for 5 days, 15 drug transporter or metabolizing enzyme proteins had significantly changed levels among 1780...

Feasibility of a Single-Subject Protocol to Shift Young Children's Sleep Schedules.

The objective of this study is to describe children's adherence to changing sleep schedules within a small-scale, single-subject, at-home sleep manipulation experiment. Subjects were six healthy children (male = 4, ages 6-8). Children underwent: baseline, a 7-day self-selected sleep pattern; Condition A1, a 3- to 12-day stabilized sleep pattern (assigned time into/out of bed set at baseline averages); Condition B, a 3- to 12-day phase-delayed sleep pattern (time into/out of bed 2 h later than Condition...

The Spectrum of Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO).

To critically review recent (past 3 years) literature on the definition, diagnosis, and management of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO).

Short stature among children undergoing cardiac surgery for congenital heart defects.

Children with congenital heart diseases (CHDs) suffer from malnutrition because of nutritional deficiencies, being short stature the possible long-term consequence.


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