Chan, C.S., Wong, B., McCulloch, C., Celiberto, L., Vallance, B.A., Sham, H.P. A customizable stool ex vivo assay for detecting microbiome and metabolic changes in the gut. Having IMPACTT 3: Advancing Microbiome Research Conference. Canmore, Alberta, Canada. July 10-12, 2023.
Celiberto, L. Gut4Health Microbiome Core Facility. PITCH (Progress in the Theme of Childhood Diseases) Seminar Series. BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute. October 18, 2023. 

Haskey, N., Estaki, M., Ye, J., Shim, R.K., Singh, S., Dieleman, L.A., Jacobson, K., Gibson, D.L. A Mediterranean Diet Pattern Improves Intestinal Inflammation Concomitant with Reshaping of the Bacteriome in Ulcerative Colitis: A Randomised Controlled Trial, Journal of Crohn's and Colitis, jjad073, Apr 2023.

Lunken, G.R., Golding, L., Schick, A., Majdoubi, A., Lavoie, P.M.; Vallance, B.A. Gut microbiome and dietary fibre intake strongly associate with IgG function and maturation following SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccination. Gut, Dec 2022.

Graef, F. A., Celiberto, L. S., Allaire, J. M., Kuan, M. T., Bosman, E. S., Crowley, S. M., Yang, H., Chan, J. H., Stahl, M., Yu, H., Quin, C., Gibson, D. L., Verdu, E. F., Jacobson, K., Vallance, B. A. Fasting increases microbiome-based colonization resistance and reduces host inflammatory responses during an enteric bacterial infection. PLOS Pathogens, 17(8). Aug 2021. 

Healey, G. R., Tsai, K., Schick, A., Lisko, D. J., Cook, L., Vallance, B. A., & Jacobson, K. (2021). Prebiotic enriched exclusive enteral nutrition suppresses colitis via gut microbiome modulation and expansion of anti-inflammatory T cells in a mouse model of colitis. Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 12(4), 1251–1266. June 2021.

Citation Guideline

If you are publishing your work and have used Gut4Health resources in your project, please support the core by using the following text:

This work was supported by resources made available through the Gut4Health Microbiome Core Facility at the BC Children's Hospital Research Institute (RRID: SCR_023673).