The prevalence and transcriptional activity of the mucosal microbiota of ulcerative colitis patients

Moen, A.E.F. ; Lindstrøm, J.C. ; Tannæs, T.M. ; Vatn, S. ; Ricanek, P. ; Vatn, M.H. ; Jahnsen, J. ; Frengen, A.B. ; Dahl, F.A. ; You, P. ; Sølvernes, J. ; Ekeland, G.S. ; Detlie, T.E. ; Olbjørn, C. ; O’Leary, K.R. ; Ventham, N.T. ; Kennedy, N.A. ; Kalla, R. ; Adams, A. ; Drummond, H.E. ; Boyapati, R. ; Nimmo, E.R. ; Wilson, D.C. ; Satsangi, J. ; Heath, S.C. ; Gut, M. ; Merkel, A. ; Bayes, M. ; Gut, I.G. ; Keita, Å.V. ; Söderholm, J.D. ; Hjortswang, H. ; Carstens, A. ; Bergemalm, D. ; Halfvarson, J. ; Andersson, E. ; Lindqvist, M. ; Repsilber, D. ; Pierik, M. ; Jonkers, D. ; Gomollón, F. ; D’Amato, M. ; Törkvist, L. ; Hjelm, F. ; Gullberg, M. ; Nordberg, N. ; Ocklind, A. ; Pettersson, E. ; Ekman, D. ; Sundell, M. ; Modig, E. ; Bonfiglio, F. ; Veillard, A.C. ; Schoemans, R. ; Poncelet, D. (Universidad de Zaragoza) ; Sabatel, C. ; Lindahl, T. ; Ciemniejewska, E. ; Casén, C. ; Lees, C. ; Noble, C.L. ; Arnott, I. ; Ho, G.T. ; Shand, A.G. ; The, IBD-Character, Consortium
The prevalence and transcriptional activity of the mucosal microbiota of ulcerative colitis patients
Financiación FP7 / Fp7 Funds
Resumen: Active microbes likely have larger impact on gut health status compared to inactive or dormant microbes. We investigate the composition of active and total mucosal microbiota of treatment-naïve ulcerative colitis (UC) patients to determine the microbial picture at the start-up phase of disease, using both a 16S rRNA transcript and gene amplicon sequencing. DNA and RNA were isolated from the same mucosal colonic biopsies. Our aim was to identify active microbial members of the microbiota in early stages of disease and reveal which members are present, but do not act as major players. We demonstrated differences in active and total microbiota of UC patients when comparing inflamed to non-inflamed tissue. Several taxa, among them the Proteobacteria phyla and families therein, revealed lower transcriptional activity despite a high presence. The Bifidobacteriaceae family of the Actinobacteria phylum showed lower abundance in the active microbiota, although no difference in presence was detected. The most abundant microbiota members of the inflamed tissue in UC patients were not the most active. Knowledge of active members of microbiota in UC patients could enhance our understanding of disease etiology. The active microbial community composition did not deviate from the total when comparing UC patients to non-IBD controls.
Idioma: Inglés
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-35243-4
Año: 2018
Publicado en: SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 8, 1 (2018), 17278 [12 pp]
ISSN: 2045-2322

Factor impacto JCR: 4.011 (2018)
Categ. JCR: MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES rank: 14 / 69 = 0.203 (2018) - Q1 - T1
Factor impacto SCIMAGO: 1.414 - Multidisciplinary (Q1)

Financiación: info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/FP7/305676/EU/Inflammatory Bowel Disease CHARACTERization by a multi-modal integrated biomarker study/IBD-CHARACTER
Tipo y forma: Article (Published version)
Área (Departamento): Area Medicina (Dpto. Medicina, Psiqu. y Derm.)

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