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University Medical Center Groningen

prof. dr. R.K. (Rinse) Weersma

Gastroenterologist, Full Professor
prof. dr. R.K. (Rinse) Weersma
+31 50 361 2620 (Secretariat Gastroenterology)
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Antibody signatures in inflammatory bowel disease: current developments and future applications

Assessing the Potential of Untargeted SWATH Mass Spectrometry-Based Metabolomics to Differentiate Closely Related Exposures in Observational Studies

Biomarkers of neutrophil activity and extracellular matrix turnover predict long-term response to vedolizumab in patients with Crohn's disease

Cigarette smoke increases risk for colorectal neoplasia in inflammatory bowel disease

Circulating inflammatory proteins associate with response to immune checkpoint inhibition therapy in patients with advanced melanoma

Cross-cohort gut microbiome associations with immune checkpoint inhibitor response in advanced melanoma

Discovery, diversity, and functional associations of crAss-like phages in human gut metagenomes from four Dutch cohorts

Disease burden in primary sclerosing cholangitis in the Netherlands: A long-term follow-up study

Diversity and Ecology of Caudoviricetes Phages with Genome Terminal Repeats in Fecal Metagenomes from Four Dutch Cohorts

Effect of host genetics on the gut microbiome in 7,738 participants of the Dutch Microbiome Project

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Darmflora beïnvloedt effectiviteit immunotherapie bij huidkanker

Effectiviteit darmflora beïnvloed immunotherapie bij huidkanker

There is No Way Around the Biology of Eating Real Food

Are You Eating Foods That Harm Your 'Microbiome'?

Are You Eating Foods That Harm Your 'Microbiome'?

Junk food kills off healthy bacteria in your gut and triggers harmful inflammation

Composition of gut microbiome linked to diet

Darmbacteriën zorgen voor meer of minder ontstekingsactiviteit

Fastfood, suiker en drank geven darmontsteking en daarmee ook diabetes en reuma

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