Forschungsthemen

  • Intestinale Mikrobiota
  • Mikroben-Wirts-Interaktionen
  • Ballaststoffe
  • Kolrektales Karzinom
  • Gesundes Altern
  • Mikrobielle Stoffwechselprodukte
  • Gallensäuren-Metabolismus
  • Prävention von Darmkrebs

Ausgewählte Publikationen

Ocvirk, S., Wilson, A. S., Posma, J. M., Li, J. V., Koller, K. R., Day, G. M., Flanagan, C. A., Otto, J. E., Sacco, P. E., Sacco, F. D., Sapp, F. R., Wilson, A. S., Newton, K., Brouard, F., DeLany, J. P., Behnning, M., Appolonia, C. N., Soni, D., Bhatti, F., Methe, B., Fitch, A., Morris, A., Gaskins, H. R., Kinross, J., Nicholson, J. K., Thomas, T. K., O’Keefe, S. J. D.: A prospective cohort analysis of gut microbial co-metabolism in Alaska Native and rural African people at high and low risk of colorectal cancer. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 111(2), 406–419 (2020).

Katsidzira, L., Ocvirk, S., Wilson, A., Li, J., Mahachi, C. B., Soni, D., DeLany, J., Nicholson, J. K., Zoetendal, E. G., O’Keefe, S. J. D.: Differences in fecal gut microbiota, short-chain fatty acids and bile acids link colorectal cancer risk to dietary changes associated with urbanization among Zimbabweans. Nutr. Cancer. 71, 1313-1324 (2019).

Ocvirk S., O’Keefe S. J. D.: Influence of Bile Acids on Colorectal Cancer Risk: Potential Mechanisms Mediated by Diet - Gut Microbiota Interactions. Curr. Nutr. Rep. 6(4), 315–22 (2017).