New publication: Theabrownin Alleviates Colorectal Tumorigenesis in Murine AOM/DSS Model
Food Safety and Gut Health Laboratory
The FSGH concept spans from evaluating the toxicological safety of foods to the interactions of food, the digestive system and the physiological and immunological status of the host. In that aspect, the gut is an important physical, chemical and immunological barrier to foreign antigens and pathogens. The integrity of this critical barrier is crucial in the maintenance of gut health and protection of underlying tissues.
We, at the FSGH, aim to provide fundamental insights into the interactions between food (both beneficial and harmful components including pathogenic bacteria), and the gut and how such interrelationship contributes to disease development and prevention. The FSGH strive to develop novel intervention strategies that will lead to the efficient management of gut related diseases.