Host Immunoglobulin G Selectively Identifies Pathosymbionts in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Diseases.
H Armstrong, M Alipour, R Valcheva, M Bording-Jorgensen, J Jovel, D Zaidi, P Shah, Y Lou, C Ebeling, AL Mason, D Lafleur, J Jerasi, GKS Wong, K Madsen, MW Carroll, HQ Huynh, LA Dieleman, E Wine
This paper, performed by Dr. Wine’s lab and EPIC, using samples collected from our patients during colonoscopy, has found a new method for isolating microbes (bacteria) that are likely to be involved in causing IBD in children.
Global Variation in Use of Enteral Nutrition for Pediatric Crohn Disease.
M Lawley, JW Wu, VM Navas-López, HQ Huynh, MW Carroll, M Chen, P Medvedev, AS Day, S Hussey, R Sigall-Boneh, A Levine, E Wine
Our team developed an international survey to identify the challenges in nutritional therapy in children with Crohn disease, which is allowing us to figure out how to improve this treatment and come up with better solutions.