Close to a thousand different types of bacteria found in the intestine, the the understanding of the consequences of dysbiosis makes a challenge. One way to study the effects of a balanced host-microbe relationship , and how it develops in the first place it the relative the relative population size of the microbe. That is exactly what Mazmanian and graduate student Janet Chow accomplished in a bacterium called Helicobacter hepaticus.
Most people view bacteria as harmful bacteria, infection and cause disease. Rather pleasant, microbes have took a different evolutionary path, and have beneficial relationships with their hosts. Still other microbes may be perched somewhere between, according to to a study by biologists at the California Institute of Technology , which offers new insights the causes of inflammatory bowel disease and colon cancer. A paper on their work appears in the journal Cell Host & Microbe.
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