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The type of microbiome that repopulates the gut after antibiotics has the potential to reprogram the mammalian immune system with long-lasting effects including on longevity. A new study published in Cell Reports claims.
The microbiome can be harnessed to reverse age-related brain deterioration. A new study published in Nature Aging claims.
Chemotherapy treatment and intestinal diseases can alter the process of programmed cell death, which can lead to gastrointestinal tract's infections.
Specific changes in the gut microbiota could contribute to disruptions in brain physiology and cognitive behavior. This process leads to cognitive impairment. A new study published in Cell Host & Microbe claims.
The ability to transfer resistance to infection suggests that the microbiota could be harnessed for therapeutic treatments. A new study published in Cell Reports claims.
A new study published in Cell Host & Microbe suggests that the transfer of gut microbes from a mother to her offsprin could reduce the risk of developing type 1 diabetes.
A new study suggests that gut microbes could affect stroke severity or post-stroke outcome through a metabolite called TMAO.
New findings suggest that fermented foods can help countering the decreased microbiota diversity and heightened inflammation that characterize industrialized populations.
A study published in Nature Medicine claims that the manipulation of the gut microbiota could be a new strategy to treat toxicity to combined immunotherapy.