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Intestinal Microbes May Have Role in ALS, Suggests Mouse Study

News   Jul 23, 2019 | Original story from the Weizmann Institute

 
Intestinal Microbes May Have Role in ALS, Suggests Mouse Study

The repertoire of small molecules (metabolites) in blood, many of which originate in the microbiome, showed a different pattern in patients with ALS (top) compared with healthy individuals (bottom). Credit: Weizmann Institute

 
 
 

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