hrp0082p1-d1-108 | Fat Metabolism & Obesity | ESPE2014
, Virta Lauri
, Sankilampi Ulla
, Saxen Harri
, Dunkel Leo
Background: Antibiotics have direct effects on human gut, and infants intestinal microbiota is particularly vulnerable for perturbation. In mice it was shown that antibiotics increased body fat mass due to changes in composition of the intestinal microbial community. Therefore, antibiotic exposure during infancy could be associated with increase in body mass also in man.Objective and hypotheses: To evaluate impact of antibiotic exposure, and its ti...