Boris Shenderov

About Boris Shenderov

Dr. Boris Shenderov is a professor of microbiology who conducts research at the G.N. Gabrichevsky Moscow Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology. He has authored more than 500 scientific papers and abstracts throughout his career. To receive a pdf version of this article, contact Prof. B. A. Shenderov (shenderof@yandex.ru) or Prof. O. Alexander (aoleskin@rambler.ru).

Neuromediators in the Gut-Brain Axis

11 Mar 2016

by Boris Shenderov

It is increasingly clear that brain processing is influenced by the gastrointestinal microbiota; study of the gut-brain axis has shown evidence that gut bacteria interact with the enteric nervous system and the central nervous system. Good brain function depends on neuromediators -- that is, substances that carry messages between neurons, or from a neuron to another type of cell.