2019 ; Vol.29-3: 429~440
|Author||Bong-Soo Kim, Chong Won Choi, Hyoseung Shin, Seon-Pil Jin, Jung-Soo Bae, Mira Han, Eun Young Seo, Jongsik Chun, Jin Ho Chung|
|Place of duty||Hallym University, Chuncheon, Republic of Korea,Multidisciplinary Genome Institute, Hallym University, Chuncheon, Republic of Korea|
|Title||Comparison of the Gut Microbiota of Centenarians in Longevity Villages of South Korea with Those of Other Age Groups|
J. Microbiol. Biotechnol.2019 ;
|Abstract||Several studies have attempted to identify factors associated with longevity and maintenance of health in centenarians. In this study, we analyzed and compared the gut microbiota of centenarians in longevity villages with the elderly and adults in the same region and urbanized towns. Fecal samples were collected from centenarians, elderly, and young adults in longevity villages, and the gut microbiota sequences of elderly and young adults in urbanized towns of Korea were obtained from public databases. The relative abundance of Firmicutes was found to be considerably higher in subjects from longevity villages than those from urbanized towns, whereas Bacteroidetes was lower. Age-related rearrangement of gut microbiota was observed in centenarians, such as reduced proportions of Faecalibacterium and Prevotella, and increased proportion of Escherichia, along with higher abundances of Akkermansia, Clostridium, Collinsella, and uncultured Christensenellaceae. Gut microbiota of centenarians in rehabilitation hospital were also different to those residing at home. These differences could be due to differences in diet patterns and living environments. In addition, phosphatidylinositol signaling system, glycosphingolipid biosynthesis, and various types of N-glycan biosynthesis were predicted to be higher in the gut microbiota of centenarians (corrected p < 0.05). These three metabolic pathways of gut microbiota can be associated with the immune status and healthy gut environment of centenarians. Although further studies are necessary to validate the function of microbiota between groups, this study provides valuable information on centenarians’ gut microbiota.|
|Key_word||Centenarian, gut microbiota, longevity village, rehabilitation hospital|
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