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How Do Microbiota Transplants for Autism Affect Our Metabolome?

News   Nov 16, 2020 | Original story from Arizona State University

 
How Do Microbiota Transplants for Autism Affect Our Metabolome?

The body's vast colonies of bacteria and other non-human cells are collectively known as the microbiome. In the gut, they perform a wide array of critical tasks. Researchers have found that those with autism spectrum disorder have an unusual microbial profile. Adjusting the gut microbiota by supplying healthy bacteria can help with both gastrointestinal and behavioral symptoms of the disease. Credit: Public domain

 
 
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