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Ulcerative colitis(UC) seriously affect the quality of life in patients. Clinically, it is effective to apply therapeutic method of clearing heat and promoting diuresis to the common syndrome of dampness-heat. Dysbiosis of intestinal microbiota is closely related to the immune imbalance and intestinal mucosal barrier injury. C1orf106/CYTH-1/ARF6 signal pathway, which derive from intestinal micro environment changes,is the mainly cause of intestinal mucosal barrier injury, and this is may be the common pathogenesis of dampness-heat syndrome in UC . Based on the clinic, the project is to study the effect and mechanism of Chinese compound formula of clearing heat and promoting dieresis in modulating intestinal microbiota dysbiosis, repairing intestinal mucosal barrier and reconstructing intestinal microenvironment. With the combination of metagenomics and metabonomics, the study compare the differences of co-metabolites of intestinal microbiota and host within the healthy people, UC patients with dampness-heat syndrome, to explore the relevance between intestinal flora and host co-metabolites. Furthermore, the experimental study is to clarify the drug targets via C1orf106/ CYTH-1/ARF6 signal pathway.Through the study of association between dampness-heat syndrome in UC and intestinal microbiota, it is of important academic significance to reveal the Chinese theory intension of "homotherapy for heteropathy ".
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Xiyuan Hospital of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-08-20T20:17:12-0400
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