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Inflammatory molecules can trigger multiple sclerosis by regulating the gut microbiota

IL-17 molecules from the gut can influence autoimmune diseases in the central nervous system by regulating the gut microbiota.

More clues link gut microbes with multiple sclerosis

People with active multiple sclerosis have high levels of particular gut antibodies, called immunoglobulin A (IgA), in the central nervous systems.

Gut microbes could shape the course of multiple sclerosis

According to a recent study, the gut microbiota could determine remittance or pro-inflammatory conditions in multiple sclerosis.

More clues link gut bacteria with multiple sclerosis

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.