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Microbiota Transplant Followed by Long-term Improvement in Autism Symptoms

News   Apr 10, 2019 | Original story from Arizona State University

 
Microbiota Transplant Followed by Long-term Improvement in Autism Symptoms

Recent research suggests our gut microbiomes affect brain communication and neurological health. Worldwide, interest is growing in the idea that changes in normal gut microbiota may be responsible for triggering various conditions. At ASU, a research team is exploring using the microbiome to treat autism symptoms. Credit: Shireen Dooling

 
 
 

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