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The gut microbiota composition and function changes rapidly in response to pathogens such as Salmonella and Candida, a new study has found.
According to a study published on Nature, the intestinal microbiota of infants make-up changes over time in 3 phases: 3-14 months, 15-30 months and 31-46 months.
GDP-L-fucose synthase, a protein produced by bacteria often found in the gut of people with MS, triggers an autoimmune response from T-cells in MS patients.
The recent increase of food allergies and intolerances is likely linked to the gut microbiota. A. Caminero et al tried to give an explaination.
A review published in Journal of Innate Immunity supports a role of gut microbes in alleviating or even preventing graft-versus-host disease (GvHD).