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Fecal microbiome of donor and recipient will be analyzed before and after fecal microbiota transplantation in IBD patients.
We will compeer fecal microbiome in preterm birth with fecal microbiome of team labor
Mode of delivery affects gut microbiome of the infant. Infants born by caesarean section have a less heterogenous microbiome for the first weeks of life. This has been associated with an increased risk for atopy-related diseases, such as allergy and asthma. In this proof-of-principle study the investigators evaluate whether an orally delivered maternal fecal transplant to the infant during the first hours of life affects gut microbiome of the infant
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of fecal microbiome transplantation in patients with steroid resistant/dependent acute gastrointestinal graft-versus-host disease (GVHD). The patient will cease antibiotics treatment 1 day before FMT, and stop taking food 6 hours before FMT. Patients will be given Ondansetron intravenously 1 hour before FMT. Patients will be injected 200~300 ml fecal microbiome fluid to left colon by Colonoscopy or duodenum throug...
This trial studies the role of the gut microbiome and effectiveness of a fecal transplant on medication-induced gastrointestinal (GI) complications in patients with melanoma or genitourinary cancer. The gut microbiome (the bacteria and microorganisms that live in the digestive system) may affect whether or not someone develops colitis (inflammation of the intestines) during cancer treatment with immune-checkpoint inhibitor drugs. Studying samples of stool, blood, and tissue fro...
Inflammatory bowel disease(IBD) is a chronic inflammatory condition for gastrointestinal tract. Regarding its pathogenesis, there has been numerous studies to reveal dysbiosis of fecal/mucosal microbiome composition in IBD patients but actual trend of dysbiosis is strikingly different among patient's ethnicity. In this background, the investigators planned to compose a cohort of Korean IBD patient and analyze the distinct feature of their fecal/mucosal microbiome along with th...
Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) is a strategy that infuses a fecal suspension containing a healthy donor's microbiota into a patient's gut to restore his/her intestinal microbiome. Fecal microbiota transplantation has been used for several disease，but the efficacy of ulcerative colitis(UC) by fecal microbiota transplantation needs to be further explored.The investigators propose to determine the efficiency and safety of FMT in patients with ulcerative colitis(UC).
Despite improved prenatal diagnostics and therapeutic possibilities, congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) represents a cross-disciplinary challenge. With an incidence of 1:2000-1:5000, it is a common disease that effects centres of paediatrics and juvenile medicine. The etiology is still unclear. Patients with this diagnosis are usually affected by other comorbities such as failure to thrive, gastroesophageal reflux, funnel chest, etc. Depending on the extent of CDH, a more or...
Primary goal: -To determine the safety of fecal transplant by colonoscopy and retention enemas for induction followed by maintenance retention fecal vs. placebo enemas in children and young adults with uncomplicated mild-moderately active Crohn's disease. Secondary goals: - Assess efficacy of this induction regimen followed by maintenance fecal or placebo transplants in responders. The efficacy will be assessed by clinical evaluation and fecal calpro...
This research trial studies the gut microbiome in fecal samples from patients with cancer that has spread to other parts of the body who are undergoing chemotherapy or immunotherapy. Studying samples of feces from patients with metastatic cancer in the laboratory may help doctors learn if the make-up of the gut microbiome has a positive or negative influence to a patient's response to chemotherapy or immunotherapy.
This is an open label study to evaluate the effect of Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT) on the gut microbiome and Systemic parameters.
Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) is one of the most urgent health threats in the U.S. associated with antibiotic use. After an initial episode, disease recurrence is high and relapses can occur in 20-30% of people treated with oral vancomycin. An antibiotic course can affect the gut microbiome for years, and patients with CDI have additional dysbiosis of their gut flora. Oral vancomycin perturbs the gut microbiome further. Restoration of the microbiome with Fecal Microbiot...
This is a randomized, open label, comparative, Phase II study to determine which dose of fecal microbiota transplant using Penn Microbiome Therapy (PMT) products is most effective in treating and preventing recurrence of Clostridium difficile infection (C diff).
The purpose of this study is to determine the safety and impact of fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) on the fecal and urine microbiome, urine metabolome, risk of recurrent urinary tract infection (UTI), and persistent multidrug resistant organism (MDRO) colonization of patients with a history of recurrent MDRO UTIs. This is an open label phase 1-2 study.
The purpose of this study is to characterize the intestinal microbiome in subjects with Parkinson's disease and to determine safety and trends in improvements in diversity of colonic microbiome following administration of lyophilized PRIM-DJ2727
This is a randomized, open label, comparative, Phase II study to determine whether fecal microbiota transplant using Penn Microbiome Therapy products helps standard therapy to treat severe Clostridium difficile infection (C diff).
Serum and fecal samples were collected from infants at either 6-7 m of age or 12-13 m of age. Serum and feces were analyzed locally for hemoglobin status or evidence of parasites, and standard of care was provided. Excess serum was transported to UC Davis for metabolomics analysis and the University of Hohenheim for iron status assessment and measurement of inflammatory markers. Fecal samples were transported to UC Davis for measurement of the microbiome structure and function.
Samples will be collected to determine human genetic variation, fecal and oral microbial communities, and metabolome products. Several evolutionary and ecological diversity metrics will be distilled to test: a) if microbiome variation within each ethnicity is less than that between ethnicities; b) if microbiome variation is finely structured according to genetic relatedness; and c) if dietary variation impacts human genome x microbiome associations.
The purpose of this study is to determine the optimal dose of IgY as assessed by changes in the inflammatory marker, C-reactive protein and investigate the effect of IgY on the gut microbiome as assessed by 16s RNA sequencing of fecal samples.
In this study the characteristics and alterations of the gut microbiome during chemotherapy for metastasized or irresectable CRC are studied, as well as the relation between the gut microbiome and the effects of chemotherapy.
The purpose of this study is to study the impact of gut bacteria on weight. Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) transfers intestinal bacteria by a "stool transplant" from a healthy, lean person to a person with obesity.
This research study will characterize the nasal, oral and fecal microbiome in patients with lung cancer and other malignancies, and correlate the data with treatment response and toxicities of immunotherapy, the tumor genetic and immune profiling, as well as the multiple -omics in the blood.
Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) is a strategy that infuses a fecal suspension containing a healthy donor's microbiota into a patient's gut to restore his/her intestinal microbiome. FMT has a higher cure rate than standard antibiotic treatment for recurrent Clostridium difficile infections,and shows promising results in Inflammatory bowel disease（IBD）.However, few studies have evaluated whether FMT is effective to treat Irritable bowel syndrome(IBS).The investigators ...
Obesity is associated with changes in the composition of the intestinal microbiota, and the obese microbiome appears to be more efficient in harvesting energy from the diet. Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) represents a clinically feasible way to restore the gut microbial ecology, and has proven to be a breakthrough for the treatment of recurrent Clostridium difficile infection. The therapy is generally well tolerated and appeared safe. No clinical studies have assessed...
Fecal Microbiota Transplantation(FMT) - reconstitution of normal flora by a stool transplant from a healthy individual, is increasingly being recognized as a therapeutic modality for diseases that are associated with gut dysbiosis. This is a placebo-controlled, double blinded interventional study evaluating multiple, oral, fecal microbiota transplantation, administered in newly diagnosed adult patients with mild-moderate UC. The primary objective is to assess the safety...