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Professor of Medical Microbiology Graham Rook, from UCL (University College London), explains in this video the “surprisingly close” relationship between gut microbiota and the immune system. Prof. Rook, who was interviewed during the 2nd Gut…

The bacteria living in our intestinal tract, the gut microbiota, play a key role in our health. It accomplishes different functions and stimulates the development and maintenance of the intestinal immune system that protects us…

“Mainly microbes – Meet your microbiome” is a video by Joe Hanson, the author of the YouTube channel It’s okay to be smart, that focuses on gut microbiota and the importance of bacteria in and…

As it has been mentioned since the beginning of our blog, gut microbiota is increasingly raising more interest both from experts and society as a whole. Although some projects have been completed, there are others on the way. The good news right now comes from the United States, as the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), co-organiser of the 2nd Gut Microbiota for Health Summit in Madrid last February, has announced the creation of the Gut Microbiome Research and Education Center which has the mission “to advance research and education on the gut microbiome in human health and disease”. “The gut microbiome is among the most exciting and promising areas of research…

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Professor of Medical Microbiology Graham Rook, from UCL (University College London), explains in this video the “surprisingly close” relationship between gut microbiota and the immune system. Prof. Rook, who was interviewed during the 2nd Gut…

The bacteria living in our intestinal tract, the gut microbiota, play a key role in our health. It accomplishes different functions and stimulates the development and maintenance of the intestinal immune system that protects us…

“Mainly microbes – Meet your microbiome” is a video by Joe Hanson, the author of the YouTube channel It’s okay to be smart, that focuses on gut microbiota and the importance of bacteria in and…

As it has been mentioned since the beginning of our blog, gut microbiota is increasingly raising more interest both from experts and society as a whole. Although some projects have been completed, there are others on the way. The good news right now comes from the United States, as the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), co-organiser of the 2nd Gut Microbiota for Health Summit in Madrid last February, has announced the creation of the Gut Microbiome Research and Education Center which has the mission “to advance research and education on the gut microbiome in human health and disease”. “The gut microbiome is among the most exciting and promising areas of research…