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Newsletter #156
August 8th, 2019

Editorial

Dear Friends,

We begin this edition of our newsletter with a new research showing that two enzymes from the gut bacterium Flavonifractor plautii convert A and B type blood into universal type O donor blood.

Next up a new mouse study led by researchers in South Korea and Australia, that explores the causal mechanisms by which early-life gut microbiota exerts a protective effect against IgE-mediated food allergies. Also, you will find a new article with caveats and clinical implications in the connection between the duodenal microbiome, diet and functional gastrointestinal symptoms. 

Finally, we cover a new mice study showing that changes in gut microbiota composition can shape autoimmune responses in lupus during pregnancy and lactation.

Happy summer reading!

The GMFH publishing team

Two enzymes from a gut bacterium could contribute to increasing the amount of blood available for transfusions

Scientists have disentangled the role of subsets of immune cells in mediating the development of food allergies through gut microbiota in mice

 

Life-threatening food allergies are constantly increasing in Westernized countries and alterations ...

Caveats and clinical implications in the connection between the duodenal microbiome, diet and functional gastrointestinal symptoms

 

Imbalances in the small intestinal microbiome can drive...

Changes in gut microbiota underlie autoimmune responses during pregnancy and lactation in lupus mouse model

 

Maternal physiology and metabolism during pregnancy adjust so the fetus may grow healthy. As part of these...

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