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Stars in Nutrition and Cancer: The Human Microbiome-Host Metabolic Axis in Health and Disease

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Air date: Tuesday, March 16, 2010, 3:00:00 PM
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Category: Stars in Nutrition
Runtime: 01:22:07
Description: NCI Stars in Nutrition Lecture Series

This lecture will explore: gene-environment interactions; molecular epidemiology of disease risk factors and biomarker discovery; measuring and modeling metabolic profiles and microbial mammalian co-metabolism; and personalized healthcare.

This lecture series features extraordinary contributors or "stars" in the field of cancer and nutrition research. Speakers highlight the important role that nutrition plays in modifying cancer development. The lectures aim to facilitate interdisciplinary interactions among basic scientists, clinicians, and behavioral and social scientists. Lectures typically occur each fall and spring.

For more information, visit
http://prevention.cancer.gov
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NLM Title: The human microbiome-host metabolic axis in health and disease [electronic resource] / Jeremy Nicholson.
Series: Stars in nutrition and cancer
Author: Nicholson, Jeremy K.
National Cancer Institute (U.S.)
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Other Title(s): Stars in nutrition and cancer
Abstract: (CIT): NCI Stars in Nutrition Lecture Series This lecture will explore: gene-environment interactions; molecular epidemiology of disease risk factors and biomarker discovery; measuring and modeling metabolic profiles and microbial mammalian co-metabolism; and personalized healthcare. This lecture series features extraordinary contributors or "stars" in the field of cancer and nutrition research. Speakers highlight the important role that nutrition plays in modifying cancer development. The lectures aim to facilitate interdisciplinary interactions among basic scientists, clinicians, and behavioral and social scientists. Lectures typically occur each fall and spring. For more information, visit http://prevention.cancer.gov.
Subjects: Chemistry Techniques, Analytical
Metabolomics--methods
Metagenome--physiology
Publication Types: Lectures
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NLM Classification: QU 120
NLM ID: 101528447
CIT Live ID: 8602
Permanent link: http://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?15747

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