Gut Bacteria

Gut flora or gut microbiota are the microorganisms including bacteria, archaea and fungi that live in the digestive tracts of humans and other animals including insects. The gastrointestinal metagenome is the aggregate of all the genomes of gut microbiota. The gut is the main location of human microbiota.

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Research Shows Gut Bacteria Affect Brain Health – Reveals New Approach to Treating Alzheimer’s Disease

Gut bacteria affect brain health, mouse study shows

Gut bacteria may play a role in diabetes

New insight into how your gut bacteria could be helping you gain weight

Microbiome: Scientists highlight role of harmful gut bacteria in fever afflicting cancer patients

Your gut bacteria may influence how motivated you are to exercise

New Study Reveals How Gut Bacteria Can Enhance the Effects of Cocaine

Scientists Discover a Unique Gut Bacteria That May Cause Arthritis

Leveraging our gut bacteria to treat depression

How gut bacteria influence the effects of cocaine in mice

COVID-19 Virus Disrupts Normal Mix of Gut Bacteria, Increasing Risk for Other Infections

DNA-damaging gut bacteria may fuel colon cancer in patients with inflammatory bowel disease

Can gut bacteria cause rheumatoid arthritis?

Gut bacteria may reduce harmful effects of nicotine on the liver

Gut bacteria may contribute to susceptibility to HIV infection

How the western diet and gut bacteria can lead to scarring, vessel damage in scleroderma

Some Sugar Substitutes Affect Blood Glucose and Gut Bacteria

Gut Bacteria Could Be Evolving Inside Us to Escape The Intestine

Phage combination therapy can precisely target IBD-related gut bacteria without harming helpful microbes

New dog food? Study shows Fido's gut bacteria could turn over within a week