Microbiota

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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Study shows role of fathers in seeding the microbiota of newborns and confirms benefits of maternal fecal microbiota transplants

Study shows role of fathers in seeding the microbiota of newborns and confirms benefits of maternal fecal microbiota ... - EurekAlert

Researchers conduct first-ever study to characterize microbiota in saliva of weaned piglets on commercial farms in Brazil - EurekAlert

From Gut to Brain: New Findings Link Microbiota to Alzheimer’s Memory Loss

Scientists discover links between Alzheimer's disease and gut microbiota

Gut microbiota and its relation to inflammation in patients with bipolar depression: a cross-sectional study | Annals of General Psychiatry

Fecal microbiota transplants: Two reviews explore what's worked, what hasn't, and where do we go from here

Interaction between gut microbiota and sex hormones and their relation to sexual dimorphism in metabolic diseases | Biology of Sex Differences

Capsule delivery of fecal microbiota transplant has similar effectiveness to transplant by colonoscopy

Soil microbiota can boost the growth of invasive plant species and provide defense against herbivores

Understanding how microbiota thrive in their human hosts

New method for studying functionality of microbiota

Study finds fecal microbiota transplantation to be cost effective treatment for any recurrent Clostridiodes Difficile infection

Fecal microbiota transfer between young and aged mice reverses hallmarks of the aging gut, eye, and brain

A single course of antibiotics affects the gut microbiota of infants

Decoding a direct dialog between the gut microbiota and the brain

How the Chagas pathogen changes the intestinal microbiota of predatory bugs

Fecal Microbiota Signature Enables Stool Analysis for Early Detection of Pancreatic Cancer

A type of virus present in the gut microbiota is associated with better cognitive ability in humans, mice and flies

Ubiquitous food additive alters human microbiota and intestinal environment