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  • Webinar

    Clinical Applications of the Invivo Therapeutics range

    Join us for a webinar to delve into the clinical applications of the products in the Invivo Therapeutics ranges. 


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    Looking for a product to support gut barrier function?

    When is barrier function a relevant clinical consideration?
    The importance of an effective physical and immune barrier at the site of host-microbiome interactions cannot be downplayed. Our solution is Bio….


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    Bio.Me Barrier | 2 Minute Video Highlight

    A clinically-researched multistrain live bacteria for the gut-brain microbiome and intestinal barrier health, which works to support the immune response and tight junctions and to break down lipopolysaccharides. Also containing …


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    Vanessa Stadlbauer-Köllner | The gut-liver axis as a novel therapeutic target in chronic liver disease

    – Learn background information on the burden of chronic liver disease and on gut microbiome composition
    – Understand the alterations in the gut-liver axis in chronic liver diseases
    – Discover methods …


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  • Article

    Probiotics in Human Clinical Trials | Research

    In 2001, the World Health Organisation published a report indicating the health benefits of probiotic supplements. In 2005, the first paper was published that proposed the use of probiotics as an adjunctive …


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    PROBIOACT® Technology & Probiotic Survival

    All ingredients in the Bio.Me probiotic range have a specific function to optimise the stability, survival through the GI tract, and their metabolic activity.

    PROBIOACT® stands for probiotic activity. …


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    Gut-Brain Barrier | Strain Specific Research

    Probiotic strains have very specific functions and should be chosen accordingly. Additionally, some strains should not be put together in capsules or powder due to their incompatibility. It is a …


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    The Gut-Brain Axis | Research

    The intestinal microbiota is considered to be associated with the neuro–endocrine–immune pathways, generating the concept of the gut–brain axis. Within this framework, the intestinal epithelial ‘barrier’, plays …


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