Gut Bacteria

Gut microbiota, gut microbiome, or gut flora, are the microorganisms, including bacteria, archaea, fungi, and viruses, that live in the digestive tracts of animals.

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Parkinson's Link to Gut Bacteria Suggests Unexpected, Simple Treatment

Dietary fibers make our gut bacteria behave healthy - EurekAlert

Your Gut Bacteria Could Save You From Serious Infections

Changes in Gut Bacteria Could Help Explain Success of Protein Pacing Diets

Germ-Free animal models reveal gut bacteria's role in health - EurekAlert

New Research Suggests That Your Gut Bacteria Could Impact Your Decision-Making

Gut bacteria boost immune response to fight tumors

Gut Bacteria Turn the Tide on Cholesterol and Heart Disease

Enzymes Discovered in Gut Bacteria Can Change a Donor's Blood Groups

Gut bacteria and inflammatory bowel disease: a new frontier in treatment - EurekAlert

Gut bacteria break down cholesterol — hinting at probiotic treatments

Gut bacteria and the immune system: How aging changes the microbiome and can lead to ‘inflammaging’

Gut bacteria make neurotransmitters to shape the newborn immune system

Gut bacteria important for overcoming milk allergy

Tryptophan in diet, gut bacteria protect against E. coli infection

Surprising Link Found Between Gut Bacteria And Vision Loss

Blindness from some inherited eye diseases may be caused by gut bacteria

Astronauts may accidentally threaten Mars missions with their gut bacteria, scientists warn

The Invisible Defense: Gut Bacteria’s Surprising Role in Combating Flu and COVID-19

Gut bacteria can process dietary fiber into an anti-allergy weapon