Microbiota and Dysbiosis of the Human Digestive Tract – Health Consequences

The book covers key facets of the role and functioning of human digestive tract microbiota and miscellaneous mechanisms and dispassionate outcomes of dysbiotic changes are also debated. There are presented microbial variety, characteristics of the composition of various sites of the digestive tract, and their strong engrossment and influence in health environments. There are provided recent judgments of microbial metabolites, mechanisms of invulnerable and inflammatory responses, and bacterial-drug interplays. Where applicable, means-based discussions are presented also.The materials are acceptable for students, energy professionals, researchers, and curious readers engaged of medical and biomedical sciences.

Author(s) Details:

Shorena Khetsuriani,
Microbiology Department, Tbilisi State Medical University, Tbilisi, Georgia.

Please see the link here: https://stm.bookpi.org/MDHDTHC/article/view/10826

Keywords: Human digestive tract, oral microbiota, gastroduodenal microbiota, intestinal microbiota, dysbiosis, intestinal metabolites, bacterial-antibiotic interactions, immune responses, inflammatory responses

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