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Gut microbes contribute to symptoms associated with neurological conditions. New microbe-inspired therapies could be develop to treat such conditions.
A bacterial strain, called Staphylococcus hominis A9, inhibited the expression of a S. aureus toxin that promotes inflammation in atopic dermatitis.
Probiotics such as Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium can activate a person’s immune system and improve the response to some anti-cancer therapies.
A better understanding of the distribution and composition of airway microbiota could help to protect people against pneumonia.
A new study, pubblished in Current Biology, claims that understanding Faecalibacterium diversity could help to choose strains suitable as probiotics.
Researchers have found that giving preterm babies probiotics can help to improve the gut microbiota and displace harmful bacteria.
Philippe Langella, Research Director at INRA, explains how Christensenella could help establish an eubiotic gut microbiota in the elderly.
Disrupting the gut microbiota with antibiotics could affect the immune response to flu vaccination, according to a new study published in Cell.
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