Gut Microbiota

Description :

The microbial communities that live in our gastrointestinal tract, termed the gut microbiota, are well known to play a vital role in many host processes, and our understanding of these compound communities continues to advance at a rapid pace.

Childhood is a key period of life for development of gut microbiota and immune system education. Altering of dietary habits, environment, lifestyle and antibiotic usage leds to modifications of gut microbiota structure. In autoimmune diseases, microbial dysbiosis and gut permeability subsidize to immunological imbalance and inflammation.