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Gut microbes contribute to symptoms associated with neurological conditions. New microbe-inspired therapies could be develop to treat such conditions.
Some gut microbial metabolites boost the efficacy of antitumor drugs by regulating the body’s immune response and could be used as a part of cancer therapy.
Microbial transplants could be used as a non-invasive and safe strategy to manipulate the gut microbiota, which has been linked to HIV infection.
Common gut fungi called Debaryomyces hansenii can influence the severity of Crohn’s disease and other inflammatory bowel diseases.
Microbial and fungal communities interactions shape the gut microbiota in preterm babies. The findings could help to develop microbiota interventions.
The alterations in gut microbial composition could play a role in the gastrointestinal complications associated with Parkinson’s disease.
The gut microbiota make-up could determine whether a person will benefit from the beneficial effects of the Mediterranean diet.
Probiotics such as Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium can activate a person’s immune system and improve the response to some anti-cancer therapies.
The way gut bacteria increase their access to nutrients by adhering to food particles, could advance the development of microbiota-based diagnostics.
The Gut Phage Database, within more than 140,000 viral species, is a blueprint to guide ecological and evolutionary analysis in future virome studies.