Publikationen Thomas Roder

Roder T., Pimentel G., Bär C., Von Ah U., Bruggmann R., Vergères G.
Can eating bacteria from fermented foods support your health?

Pimentel G., Roder T., Bär C., Sattari Z, Von Ah U., Fernandez Trigo N, Bruggmann R, Macpherson AJ, Ganal-Vonarburg SC, Vergères G.
Feeding germ-free pregnant mice with a fermented dairy product activating the Aryl hydrocarbon receptor increases postnatal intestinal group 3 innate lymphoid cells in pups..
In: Online NuGO week 2021 – 17th edition. Immuno-nutrigenomics: How to feed the immune system.. 06.09., Hrsg. NuGO, 2021, 1-17.

Roder T., Wüthrich D., Bär C., Sattari Z., Von Ah U., Ronchi F., Macpherson A. J., Ganal-Vonarburg S. C., Bruggmann R., Vergères G.
In silico comparison shows that the pan-genome of a dairy-related bacterial culture collection covers most reactions annotated to human microbiomes.
Microorganisms, 8, (966), 2020, 1-16.

Sattari Z., Roder T., Von Ah U., Bär C., Ronchi F., Macpherson A. J., Bruggmann R., Ganal-Vonarburg S. C., Vergères G.
Polyfermenthealth – Linking bacterial diversity in fermented food to metabolic health.
In: NuGOweek 2019. 9 September, Hrsg. Agroscope, Bern. 2019, 1.

Roder T., Wüthrich D., Sattari Najafabadi Z., Von Ah U., Bär C., Ronchi F., Macpherson A.J., Ganal-Vonarburg S.C., Bruggmann R., Vergères G.
The metagenome of a microbial culture collection derived from dairy environment covers the genomic content of the human microbiome.
In: NuGOweek 2019. 09.09., Bern - Agroscope. 2019.