Projects granted during 2015 that have a primary purpose of translational and applied research: gastrointestinal disorders.
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This document outlines the projects granted under the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 during 2015 with a primary purpose of translational and applied research: gastrointestinal disorders.
The following projects were granted:
- a piglet model for environmental enteric dysfunction (EED) and acute secretory diarrhoea (ASD) in infants in developing countries (infant, diarrhoea, piglet, malabsorbtion)
- the development of intervention strategies for foodborne pathogens (campylobacter, poultry, colonisation, interventions)
- function of innate lymphoid cells in the liver and role in liver disease (immune, liver, obesity, NAFLD, NASH)
- mechanistic strategies for tackling liver disease (liver fibrosis, portal hypertension, treatment)
- development of remote controlled capsule endoscopy (remote cytology, microbiology, tissue, capsule)
- dietary regulation of intestinal epithelial cells (Crohn’s, dietary treatment, intestinal inflammation)