Marialetizia RASTELLI - Thesis Defence

Bruxelles Woluwe

Intestinal epithelial NAPE-PLD controls food intake and energy homeostasis in response to dietary lipids: insight on the mechanisms

Rastelli Marialetizia- Metabolism and Nutrition group (MNut), LDRI

Supervisor: Prof. Patrice D. Cani

Related references:

  • Intestinal NAPE-PLD contributes to short-term regulation of food intake via gut to brain axis. Rastelli M, Van Hul M, Terrasi R, Lefort C, Régnier M, Beiroa D, Delzenne NM, Everard A, Nogueiras R, Luquet S, Muccioli GG, Cani PD. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab. 2020 Sep 1;319(3):E647-E657
  • Intestinal epithelial N-acylphosphatidylethanolamine phospholipase D links dietary fat to metabolic adaptations in obesity and steatosis. Everard A*, Plovier H*, Rastelli M*, Van Hul M, de Wouters d’Oplinters A, Geurts L, Druart C, Robine S, Delzenne NM, Muccioli GG, Flamand N, de Vos WM, Di Marzo V Luquet S & Cani PD. Nat Commun. 2019 Jan 28;10(1):457 * authors equally contributing
  • The gut microbiome influences host endocrine functions. Rastelli M*, Cani PD*, Knauf C* Endocrine reviews, 2019 Oct 1;40(5):1271-1284. * authors equally contributing
  • Microbial regulation of organismal energy homeostasis. Cani PD*, Van Hul M*, Lefort C*, Depommier C*, Rastelli M* and Everard A* Nat Metab. 2019 Jan;1(1):34-46 * authors equally contributing
  • Gut microbes and health: a focus on the mechanisms linking microbes, obesity and related disorders. Rastelli M*, Knauf C* & Cani PD* Obesity (Silver Spring). 2018 May;26(5):792-800. * authors equally contributing


The thesis defence took place on October 13, 2020

Published on October 19, 2020