The gastrointestinal tract is host to an abundant and diverse population of microbes including bacteria, viruses and microbial eukaryotes, which is essential in regulating and maintaining host homeostasis including metabolism and immune function. Over the last decade, there has been a surge in microbiota research, which highlighted the crosstalk between gut microbiota and the host that bidirectionally affects the physiological function across microbiota-gut-organ axes where microbiota composition and metabolism play a pivotal role, and shed light upon correlational studies of how the gut microbiota links with health conditions, mechanistic studies of how a robust microbiota maintains homeostasis and how dysbiosis causes diseases, and last but not least, clinical studies that will lead to novel ways to preserve mankind's health.
Figure 1. The commensal microbes that relate to some common diseases. (Ding 2018)
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1. Ding RX; et al. Revisit gut microbiota and its impact on human health and disease. Journal of Food and Drug Analysis. 2019, 27(3):623-31.
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