Neurology: the belly, the intestinal flora and the intestines are our 2nd brain (Arte)

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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 10/07/21, 21:42

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by izentrop » 11/07/21, 00:34

A show this week Microbiota: say it with flora https://www.franceculture.fr/emissions/ ... illet-2021
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by Christophe » 10/09/21, 20:43

Polyarthritis, a fatal disease, could be linked to the intestinal flora:

Rheumatoid arthritis is linked to an imbalance in the intestinal microbiota

The intestinal microbiota has recently been at the heart of research in the field of autoimmune diseases. Today, a new study by a team at University College London suggests thatan imbalance in the gut microbiota could play a major role in the development of rheumatoid arthritis.

In a preclinical study, researchers found that Lesions of the intestinal lining correlated directly with joint inflammation and disease severity. For some time now, scientists have suggested a consistent link between abnormalities in the gut microbiota and rheumatoid arthritis, and increased populations of certain types of bad bacteria have often been associated with the severity of the disease.

A mechanism still little understood

However, it is not yet clear exactly how gut bacteria can influence joint inflammation. Several mechanisms have been considered, ranging from intestinal bacteria modulating the development of specific inflammatory cells responsible for arthritis to particular bacterial metabolites contributing to the severity of the disease.

This new study examines another causal hypothesis, focusing on the links between the severity of arthritis and the weakening of the intestinal wall induced by bacteria. The results were published in the journal Med.

"We wanted to know what was going on in the gut and whether changes in the gut wall - which usually acts as a barrier to protect the body from bacteria - are a hallmark of the disease and contribute to its development," says Claudia. Mauri, co-principal author.

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by Janic » 11/09/21, 13:00

Obvious! : roll:
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