Enterosys participates in the closing meeting of the Thinkgut project

The prevalence of neurodegenerative disorders is one of the most important current threats to aging in Europe. Obesity is known to have effects on neurocognition and gut microbiota composition, and the microbiota is an important but under-recognized element in neurocognitive dysfunction in the elderly.

Two years after its creation, the Thinkgut project is nearing its end. ThinkGut has been able to carry out and develop all the objectives and activities that were set at the beginning.

In this sense, ThinkGut has successfully achieved major advances in gut research, such as diagnostic-therapeutic tools based on the microbiome. The project also created a cross-border anonymized repository with clinical-biological information on the microbiota-cognition relationship for the development of multi-scale systems biology models for the gut-brain axis in humanized mice and humans. Thanks to the project, it has also been possible to form research profiles specialized in the interrelationship between microbiota and cognition within the cross-border territory.

The final results of this project are a synergistic and strategic collaboration with research centers of the cross-border territory. These collaborations will allow the creation of tools for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of neurocognitive disorders associated with advanced age and obesity, thus adressing one of the most important problems of aging in the European Union.




Enterosys welcomes its new assistant engineer

Manon Carratala Lasserre joined the Enterosys team in November 2022 and is in charge of service delivery. She obtained a Master’s degree in Immunology and infectious diseases at the Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse. During her internships, she first worked on...

Enterosys participates in Biofit 2022 in Strasbourg

With the highest attending rate of academics, TTOs and research institutions, BioFIT is the place where academia-industry collaborations get started. BioFIT has taken on a whole new dimension becoming the meeting point in Europe for tech transfer and for sourcing...

Enterosys will attend NutrEvent 2022 in Nantes

NutrEvent is the event dedicated to innovation in Food, Feed, Nutrition and Health. This year, NutrEvent is back for its 8th edition in a hybrid format. This hybrid event will be held both in-person and online. Enterosys will be present with a validated, complete and...

Enterosys welcomes its new business developer

This month, Pauline Caseilles joined the Enterosys team as a Scientific Business Developer. Her mission: to publicize Enterosys' service offerings. Pauline obtained a Master’s degree in Health Biology and a Specialized Mastere in Marketing and Sales also in the field...

Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of maternal milk

The high hydrostatic pressure processing of donor milk may better protect preterm infants from gut and liver pathologies compared to Holder pasteurization, which is currently used in most human milk banks Preterm infants are highly susceptible to oxidative stress due...