Colon Hypersensitivity to Distension, Rather Than Excessive Gas Production, Produces Carbohydrate-related Symptoms in Individuals with Irritable Bowel Syndrome

October 2016

Author(s): Major G, Pritchard S, Murray K, Paul Alappadan J, Hoad C, Marciani L, Gowland P, Spiller R

Gastroenterology. 2016.*10.1053/j.gastro.2016.09.062

NIHR Acknowledged: Yes

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dr-giles-major Dr Giles Major I am interested in the interaction between diet, the gut microbiota and intestinal physiology, and how these interactions affect digestive symptoms and disease. I am part of the University of Nottingham GI MRI research group. We use novel magnetic…
caroline-hoad Dr Caroline Hoad
dr-luca-marciani Dr Luca Marciani I graduated in Physics at the University of Genoa in Italy. I then worked in Milan and London before joining the University of Nottingham, where I was awarded my PhD in Physics. Following a series of multi-disciplinary research contracts and Fellowships…
professor-penny-gowland Professor Penny Gowland Developing quantitative MRI for biomedical applications. I am particularly interested in exploiting the capabilities of functional and anatomical ultra-high field MRI in neuroscience, in using the increased contrast to noise ratio available at ultrahigh…
professor-robin-spiller Professor Robin Spiller Robin's main interest is in the pathophysiology of functional GI diseases, particularly focusing on the role of infection and inflammation and alterations in serotonin metabolism in the irritable bowel syndrome. He has twice edited the British Society of…