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The Peroxisomal Enzyme L-PBE Is Required to Prevent the Dietary Toxicity of Medium-Chain Fatty Acids

Ding, J., et al. (2013). The Peroxisomal Enzyme L-PBE Is Required to Prevent the Dietary Toxicity of Medium-Chain Fatty Acids. Cell Reports, Oct 17;5(1):248-58 This article presents an interesting study in which Actigenomics’CSO Prof Walter Wahli and Prof Bernard Thorens, member of the Actigenomics’ scientific committee and professor at the Center for Integrative Genomics at …Read More

Prof Wahli appointed Visiting Professor at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine in Singapore

The Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine in Singapore (LKC Medicine), a joint medical school by Imperial College London and Nanyang Technological University, has appointed an eminent group of Visiting Professors to instigate strategic research programs in areas of metabolism, radiochemistry and simulation technologies. Actigenomic’s Co-founder and CSO, Prof Walter Wahli, also Professor of Biology …Read More

Prof. Wahli chaired at the NUCE International 2012 event in Milan

In the frame of the International Nutraceutical, Cosmeceutical, Functional Food & Drinks and Health Ingredient Trade Exhibition (NUCE) held in Milan between September 25th and 27th, Prof. Wahli chaired a scientific session entitled “Omics approaches in nutraceutical science”. At the occasion, Prof. Wahli held a talk on the beneficial effects of the active nutrigenomic ingredient …Read More

Prof. Jeffrey Gordon: “The gut microbiome may drive a new area of precision nutrition”

In an interview for Science podcast, Prof. Jeffrey Gordon, principal investigator at the Center for Genome Science and Systems Biology at the Washington University School of Medicine, talked about the importance and future research perspectives in the field of microbiota, especially in regard to disease prevention and food supply to a growing world population. We …Read More