Abstracts Division 2

29. Common drugs alter bacterial protein expression in fecal cultures from Crohn’s disease patients
Heike E.F. Becker, Ronny Mohren, Daisy M.A.E. Jonkers*, John Penders*

30. Serum metabolomics analysis for muscle loss in critically ill patients: an explorative study
Julia L.M. Bels*, Leanne L.G.C. Ackermans*, Benjamin Seethaler, Maarten van Dinter, Maryam Basrai, Anna Schweinlin, Marcel C.G. van de Poll, Stephan C. Bischoff, Jan Ten Bosch, Taco Jan Blokhuis

31. The socioeconomic impact of irritable bowel syndrome: an analysis of direct and indirect healthcare costs
Michelle H.M.A. Bosman*, Zsa Zsa R.M. Weerts*, Johanna T.W. Snijkers, Lisa Vork, Zlatan Mujagic, Ad A.M. Masclee, Daisy M.A.E. Jonkers, Daniel Keszthelyi

32. Antimicrobial resistance gene acquisition among Dutch intercontinental travelers: A prospective study
Jiyang Chan, Maris S Arcilla, Perry van Genderen, the COMBAT-consortium and John Penders

33. Intramuscular lipid alterations in human pancreatic cancer cachexia
Min Deng, Jianhua Cao, Gregory van der Kroft, Merel R. Aberle, Andrej Grgic, Ulf P. Neumann, Georg Wiltberger, Benjamin Balluff, Ron M. A. Heeren, Frank G. Schaap, Steven W.M. Olde Damink, Sander S. Rensen

34. Where is the exit? Development of the human ano-rectum
H. Gao, CJM Hülsman, GMC Mommen, ES Köhler, WH Lamers, JPJM Hikspoors

35. [CONFIDENTIAL] The role of expectancy on gastrointestinal symptoms in non-coeliac gluten sensitive individuals (preliminary results)
Marlijne C.G. de Graaf, Fiona Croden, Clare L. Lawton, Bjorn Winkens, Martine A.M. Hesselink, Gonny van Rooy, Ben J.M. Witteman, Daniel Keszthelyi, Fred Brouns, Louise Dye, Daisy M.A.E. Jonkers

36. [CONFIDENTIAL] The effects of different bread types on gastrointestinal symptoms in individuals with non-coeliac wheat sensitivity
Marlijne C.G. de Graaf, Emma Timmers, Gonny van Rooy, Ben J.M. Witteman, Fred Brouns, Daniel Keszthelyi, Daisy M.A.E. Jonkers

37. Picking up the threads: Long-term outcomes of the sutured mucopexy: A retrospective single centre cohort study
Sara Z. Kuiper, Kayleigh A.M. Van Dam, Merel L. Kimman, Litza Mitalas, Paula Koot, Jarno Melenhorst, Sander M.J. Van Kuijk, Carmen D. Dirksen, Stephanie O. Breukink

38. Plasma acid phosphatase activity in obese adolescents and adults with metabolic syndrome
Mengying Li, in collaboration with NUTRIM Division 2, Ronit Shiri-Sverdlov

39. Citrulline supplementation enhances osteogenic capacities of hBMSCs from non-union patients
Rald VM Groven, Madina AJ Sangen, Fangzhou Lu, Taco J Blokhuis, Martijn van Griensven, Martijn Poeze

40. Extracellular cathepsin B inhibition in hepatocellular carcinoma leads to decreased tumor growth
H. van Mourik, L. Stoffels, A. Westheim, D. Meesters, M. Li, M. Kramer, T. Gevers, J. Theys, R. Shiri-Sverdlov

41. Personalized fiber intake, leading to short chain fatty acid production, increases exercise performance, but SCFA modulation of glucose uptake in C2C12 myotubes is not associated with the effects on endogenous GSH levels
B. Otten, M. Aardema, E. Swolfs , MMJPE. Sthijns*, FJ. Troost*

42. Quality of life in children and adolescents with overweight, obesity and severe obesity: a cross sectional study
Kelly G. H. van de Pas*, Maartje A. P. de Krom*, Bjorn Winkens, François M.H. van Dielen, Anita C.E. Vreugdenhil

43. Cortisol and glucose regulate plasma cathepsin D activity in type 2 diabetes
LM Stoffels, M Li, T Houben, AV Bitorina, DM Meesters, J Theys, ME Tushuizen, R Shiri-Sverdlov

44. Tumor metabolic activity is associated with myosteatosis and reduced survival in NSCLC patients
Yan Sun, Min Deng, Olivier Gevaert, Shaimaa Hesham Bakr, Merel Aberle, Steven W.M. Olde Damink, Sander S. Rensen

45. Intratumoural PD-1+ CD4 and CD8 Memory cells are predictive of response to checkpoint blockade in cholangiocarcinoma
Xiuxiang Tan, Ulf Neumann, Lara Heij

46. Tryptophan metabolites are not the major AhR agonist in fecal water derived from IBD patients and healthy controls
Shan Wang, Roger Godschalk, Alex Mommers, Daisy Jonkers, Frederik-Jan van Schooten

47. Autologous fat transfer for total breast reconstruction (BREAST- trial)
A. Piatkowski, J.L.M. Wederfoort, J.E. Hommes, S.J. Schop, T.K. Krastev, S.M.J. van Kuijk, R.R.W.J. van der Hulst

48. Dietary interventions modulate the outcome of radio- and immunotherapy combination in a colon cancer mouse model
Annemarie JF Westheim, Ludwig J Dubois, Jeroen van Bergenhenegouwen, Ardy van Helvoort, Ramon CJ Langen, Alexander MA van der Wiel, Èlia Prades-Sagarra, Ying Cong, Natasja G Lieuwes, Rianne Biemans, Dennis M Meesters, Albert V. Bitorina, Tom Houben, Ala Yaromina, Ronit Shiri-Sverdlov and Jan Theys

49. [CONFIDENTIAL] Drug-loaded hydrogel for the treatment of colorectal peritoneal metastases: an experimental study
Anne G.W.E. Wintjens, Hong Liu, Peter-Paul K.H. Fransen, Kaatje Lenaerts, Geert C. van Almen, Marion J. Gijbels, M'hamed Hadfoune, Bas T.C. Boonen, Ludwig J. Dubois, Ignace H.J.T. de Hingh, Patricia Y.W. Dankers, Nicole D. Bouvy

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