Your Guide to a Good Gut

Written by Dr. Enozia Vakil, B.A.M  | Article Reviewed by The Medindia Medical Review Team on Dec 17, 2018
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Latest Publications and Research on Your Guide to a Good Gut

Cell. Physiol. Biochem.    

Mechanisms of Action of Kefir in Chronic Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases.

Pimenta FS, Luaces-Regueira M, Ton AM, Campagnaro BP, Campos-Toimil M, Pereira TM, Vasquez EC

The gut microbiota maintains a complex mutual interaction with different organs of the host. Whereas in normal conditions this natural community of tr... Read More

Source: PubMed


Cell Host Microbe    

Effect of Antibiotic-Mediated Microbiome Modulation on Rotavirus Vaccine Immunogenicity: A Human, Randomized-Control Proof-of-Concept Trial.

Harris VC, Haak BW, Handley SA, Jiang B, Velasquez DE, Hykes BL, Droit L, Berbers GAM, Kemper EM, van Leeuwen EMM, Boele van Hensbroek M, Wiersinga WJ

Rotavirus vaccines (RVV) protect against childhood gastroenteritis caused by rotavirus (RV) but have decreased effectiveness in low- and middle-income... Read More

Source: PubMed

PLoS Comput. Biol.    

Phylogeny-corrected identification of microbial gene families relevant to human gut colonization.

Bradley PH, Nayfach S, Pollard KS

The mechanisms by which different microbes colonize the healthy human gut versus other body sites, the gut in disease states, or other environments re... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Immunol    

Intestinal Dysbiosis in Autoimmune Diabetes Is Correlated With Poor Glycemic Control and Increased Interleukin-6: A Pilot Study.

Higuchi BS, Rodrigues N, Gonzaga MI, Paiolo JCC, Stefanutto N, Omori WP, Pinheiro DG, Brisotti JL, Matheucci E, Mariano VS, de Oliveira GLV

Intestinal dysbiosis associated with immunological deregulation, leaky gut, bacterial translocation, and systemic inflammation has been associated wit... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Immunol    

Human Kinetoplastid Protozoan Infections: Where Are We Going Next?

Filardy AA, Guimarăes-Pinto K, Nunes MP, Zukeram K, Fliess L, Pereira L, Oliveira Nascimento D, Conde L, Morrot A

Kinetoplastida trypanosomatidae microorganisms are protozoan parasites exhibiting a developmental stage in the gut of insect vectors and tissues of ve... Read More

Source: PubMed

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