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This clinical study will investigate Jejunal Microbiota in Metabolic Diseases (Je-MiMe, n=45) and Colonic mucosa-associated Microbiota in Metabolic Diseases (Col-MiMe, n=45). Each cohort (Je and Col -MiMe) is composed of three groups: participants with obesity (n=15) with obesity and with type II diabetes (n=15). This research protocol is organized in two parts. Each part of this study will recruit 45 participants that are only recruited in one of the parts of the protocol (JE-MIME or COL-MIME). Thus, in total, the study will include 90 patients. Each part of this study is composed of 3 groups: 1) "Control Group ", 2) Obese group (Ob), 3) Obese and Type 2 Diabetes group (ObD). Control groups for part I (JE-MIME) and part 2 (COL-MIME) are composed of different participants. Each group is composed of 15 human adult volunteers for the JE-MIME study (part 1) and 15 participants for the COL-MIME study (part 2). Total number of participants is 45 for part 1, and 45 for part 2. Total number for this project is 90. Microbiota wil be collected during an endoscopy or coloscopy which is planned as routine care for the patients. Primary objectives are to characterize jejunal (JE-MIME, Part I of the study) and colonic mucosa-associated microbiota (COLMIME, Part II of the study) and compare both microbiota to faecal microbiota (evaluate differences and similarities between jejunal microbiota or mucus-associated microbiota and faecal microbiota). Secondary objectives are to 1) Correlate microbiota with metabolic health and inflammatory markers; 2) Correlate microbiota with lifestyle and neuropsychological health. Both the jejunal microbiota and mucus-associated microbiota are strong integrators of nutritional environment and intestinal health status, respectively, compared to the fecal microbiota. This study will help to better understand the physiopathology of metabolic diseases. This research could lead to finding specific microbiota members, either from the jejunal compartment or from the inner mucus layer, crucial for the promotion / protection of chronic intestinal inflammation and associated metabolic health.

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NCT number NCT05186389
Study type Observational [Patient Registry]
Source Institut National de la Santé Et de la Recherche Médicale, France
Contact Emilie Steinbach, MSc
Phone 0782699477
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Start date January 26, 2022
Completion date March 26, 2023

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