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Dysbiosis is a condition caused by an imbalance in the bacterial community (microbiome) of the human gut. Dysbiosis disrupts the ecoystsem of the gut, resulting in symptoms such as diarrhea, constipation, bloating, and indigestion, among others.
Long-term use of antibiotics impacts microbiome diversity, Estonian Microbiome Project finds

Long-term use of antibiotics impacts microbiome diversity, Estonian Microbiome Project finds

Biologists discover how a pathogenic fungus can bypass the immune system of plants

Biologists discover how a pathogenic fungus can bypass the immune system of plants

Low dose of pollutants in food leads to high activation of antibodies that cause allergic response

Low dose of pollutants in food leads to high activation of antibodies that cause allergic response

Research reveals link between high-fat diet, gut microbiota and cardiovascular disease

Research reveals link between high-fat diet, gut microbiota and cardiovascular disease

Study reveals the relationship between gut microbiome and neurodegenerative disorders

Study reveals the relationship between gut microbiome and neurodegenerative disorders

Metagenomic sequencing helps examine differences in the gut microbiome after injury

Metagenomic sequencing helps examine differences in the gut microbiome after injury

Hydrogen peroxide protects the intestinal  lining from gut microbes

Hydrogen peroxide protects the intestinal lining from gut microbes

Gut dysbiosis in people with Huntington's disease may offer a potential target for future treatment

Gut dysbiosis in people with Huntington's disease may offer a potential target for future treatment

Combination of western-style high-fat diet with antibiotic can increase the risk of pre-IBD

Combination of western-style high-fat diet with antibiotic can increase the risk of pre-IBD

Metagenomic data on intestinal microflora can open up treatments for intestinal dysbiosis

Metagenomic data on intestinal microflora can open up treatments for intestinal dysbiosis

Plant genes control microbiome diversity inside leaves to stay healthy

Plant genes control microbiome diversity inside leaves to stay healthy