Saturday, January 22, 2022
Home Tags Microbiota transplantation

Tag: microbiota transplantation

How some gut microbes can drive resistance to prostate cancer treatment

Some individuals with advanced prostate cancer develop resistance to ADT, which promotes the expansion of specific gut bacteria that can synthesize androgens.

High-salt diet may help inhibit tumor growth by modulating the gut...

The findings of a recent study published in Science Advances suggest that a high-salt diet modulates the gut microbiota in ways that boost tumor immunity.

Antibiotics-driven changes in the microbiota could impact lifespan

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.

Microbiota transplant may reduce future diabetes risk

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.

COVID-19 could have long-lasting impacts on gut microbiota composition

Targeted manipulation to promote the microbial diversity could be an important strategy to treat long COVID-19 and speed up recovery.

Microbial transplants shape the gut microbiota in people with HIV, pilot...

Microbial transplants could be used as a non-invasive and safe strategy to manipulate the gut microbiota, which has been linked to HIV infection.

Modifying the gut microbiota: the past, the present, and the future

In a Perspective published in Science, surgeon-scientist Jennifer Wargo explores recent advances in modulating the microbial community within the human gut.

Complexities of microbial gnotobiotic transfer between human and mice

A new study assessed that transplantation of human microbiota into mice durably reshapes the gut microbial community.

How gut bacteria contribute to the development of colorectal cancer

A new study supports the idea that the gut microbiota composition can vary in abundance and function during the development of colorectal cancer.

The path towards microbiota-based therapies

In a commentary published in Cell, five experts discuss the challenges and opportunities of microbiota-based therapies.