Development of a Human Whole Stool Reference Material
Gaithersburg, MD, USA
September 12, 2019
Over the past decade, it has become evident that the human gut microbiome plays a critical role in a vast and disparate set of health and disease states. To understand biologically-relevant properties of the human gut microbiome, validated measurements are needed. The IAFNS Gut Microbiome Committee is working towards developing a set of Human Whole Stool Reference Materials in collaboration with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The goal of this project is to quantify gut microbial metabolites in the material that have been linked to diet and health. The purpose of this collaborative workshop is to identify the priority metabolites for measurement.
Watch all videos from this event.
Diet, Nutrition, and the Gut Microbiome: Where the Science Stands – Video
Johanna Lampe, PhD, RD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Gut Microbiome Metabolites: What Are They and How Do They Relate to Function and Health? – Video
Oliver Fiehn, PhD, University of California, Davis
NIST Process for Material Development: Options, Methods, Procedures – Video
Christina Jones, PhD, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Preparation of the Samples and Progress to Date – Video
Raul Cano, PhD, The BioCollective
NIST Initial Evaluation of the Biocollective Samples – Video
Sandra Da Silva, PhD and Paulina Piotrowski, PhD, National Institute of Standards and Technology
The Human Fecal Metabolome Database – Video
Rupasri Mandal, PhD, Wishart Research Group, University of Alberta
Learn more about the IAFNS Gut Microbiome Committee.