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Skin microbiota-host interactions.
Chen YE, et al. Nature 2018 - Review. PMID 29364286 Free PMC article.
These microbes-collectively referred to as the skin microbiota-are fundamental to skin physiology and immunity. Interactions between skin microbes and the host can fall anywhere along the continuum between mutualism and pathogenicity. ...
These microbes-collectively referred to as the skin microbiota-are fundamental to skin physiology and immunity. Interactions between …
Gut/brain axis and the microbiota.
Mayer EA, et al. J Clin Invest 2015 - Review. PMID 25689247 Free PMC article.
A series of provocative preclinical studies have suggested a prominent role for the gut microbiota in these gut-brain interactions. ...Additionally, microbiota perturbations by probiotics and antibiotics exert modulatory effects on some of these measures in adult animals. ...
A series of provocative preclinical studies have suggested a prominent role for the gut microbiota in these gut-brain interactions. . …
Microbiota and diabetes: an evolving relationship.
Tilg H and Moschen AR. Gut 2014 - Review. PMID 24833634
The gut microbiota affects numerous biological functions throughout the body and its characterisation has become a major research area in biomedicine. ...Interestingly, certain antidiabetic drugs such as metformin also interfere with the intestinal microbiota. Specific members of the microbiota such as Akkermansia muciniphila might be decreased in diabetes and when administered to murines exerted antidiabetic effects. ...
The gut microbiota affects numerous biological functions throughout the body and its characterisation has become a major research are …
The microbiota of the respiratory tract: gatekeeper to respiratory health.
Man WH, et al. Nat Rev Microbiol 2017 - Review. PMID 28316330
The microbiota of the respiratory tract probably acts as a gatekeeper that provides resistance to colonization by respiratory pathogens. The respiratory microbiota might also be involved in the maturation and maintenance of homeostasis of respiratory physiology and immunity. ...
The microbiota of the respiratory tract probably acts as a gatekeeper that provides resistance to colonization by respiratory pathoge …
The Association of the Skin Microbiota With Health, Immunity, and Disease.
Egert M, et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 2017 - Review. PMID 28380682
The human skin is densely colonized by a highly diverse microbiota comprising all three domains of life. Long believed to represent mainly a source of infection, the human skin microbiota is nowadays well accepted as an important driver of human (skin) health and well-being. This microbiota is influenced by many host and environmental factors and interacts closely with the skin immune system. Although cause and effect are usually difficult to discriminate, changes in the skin microbiota clearly play a role in the pathobiology of many types of skin disease and cosmetic disorders. ...
The human skin is densely colonized by a highly diverse microbiota comprising all three domains of life. Long believed to represent m …
The Role of Microbiota in Retinal Disease.
Rowan S and Taylor A. Adv Exp Med Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 29721973
Connections between populations of microbiota and ocular disease are now being established, and increased accessibility to microbiome research and insights into other diseases is expected to yield enormous information in the coming years. ...This short review will summarize the few studies linking gut or oral microbiota to diabetic retinopathy (DR), glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration (AMD). ...
Connections between populations of microbiota and ocular disease are now being established, and increased accessibility to microbiome …
Does microbiota composition affect thyroid homeostasis?
Virili C and Centanni M. Endocrine 2015 - Review. PMID 25516464
The intestinal microbiota is essential for the host to ensure digestive and immunologic homeostasis. When microbiota homeostasis is impaired and dysbiosis occurs, the malfunction of epithelial barrier leads to intestinal and systemic disorders, chiefly immunologic and metabolic. ...Whether some steps of this thyroid network may be affected by intestinal microbiota composition is briefly discussed below....
The intestinal microbiota is essential for the host to ensure digestive and immunologic homeostasis. When microbiota homeostas …
Microbiota in cancer development and treatment.
Raza MH, et al. J Cancer Res Clin Oncol 2019 - Review. PMID 30542789
RESULTS: Characterization of the microbiome particularly gut microbiota, understanding of the host-microbiota interactions, and its potential for therapeutic exploitation are necessary for the development of novel anticancer therapeutic strategies with better efficacy and lowered off-target side effects. CONCLUSION: In this review, the role of microbiota is explained in carcinogenesis, mechanisms of microbiota-mediated carcinogenesis, and role of gut microbiota in modulation of cancer therapy....
RESULTS: Characterization of the microbiome particularly gut microbiota, understanding of the host-microbiota interactions, an …
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