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Excess food may reduce male fertility by altering gut microbiota, vitamin...

A high-fat diet induces gut microbial alterations and leads to male infertility. A new study published in Gut claims.

Some gut-dwelling bacteria are associated with gastric cancer and liver metastasis

Alterations in the levels of gut-dwelling Streptococcus microbes are associated with the development of gastric cancer and the associated liver metastases.

During puberty, the gut microbiota becomes more adult-like — but only...

Some gut microbes can affect the timing of puberty by regulating the levels of sex hormones in a sex-dependent manner. A new study published in Scientific Reports claims.

A mother’s gut bacteria drive intestinal inflammation in mice with autism-like...

Autistic people who experience inflammatory problems may have been exposed to inflammation in the maternal womb. A new study published in Immunity claims.

After quitting smoke, changes in the gut microbiota may lead to...

A new study (Nature) helps to understand why people who stop smoking often gain weight.

New insights into how commonly used drugs affect the gut microbiota

The impact of medications on the gut microbiota is greater than previously thought. A new research published in Nature claims.

A probiotic bacterium could help prevent severe blood infections

Bacterial spores of the probiotic Bacillus subtilis can prevent dangerous Enterococcus bacteria from invading the blood and causing systemic infections.

From bench to clinic: Faecalibacterium prausnitzii is just around the corner

Philippe Lagella of the Instituit National de la Rcherche Agronomique - France, talks about the increasing interest in Faecalibacterium prausnitzii and its possible use.

Human gut microbe drives immune activation and colitis in mice

Specific gut bacteria may drive some autoimmune conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, and multiple sclerosis. A new study published in Cell Host & Microbe claims.

Study offers insights into the gut microbiota of autistic children

A new study published in the Journal of Proteomics is the first to profile the gut microbiota of autistic children, their relatives, and neurotypical children using a metaproteomic approach.