We are pleased to introduce another issue of our « Best of » series!
What was the hottest topic in gut microbiota science this year? Many experts would say it was the study of interactions between gut microbiota and the immune system. In case you didn’t attend some of the 2015 conferences that covered the topic in depth — like the Keystone Symposium (USA) and the Cell Symposium (Canada) — this document will bring you up to date.
We are also pleased to bring you an exclusive editorial from Lena Öhman, our Immune Function Expert, Associate Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine and Clinical Nutrition at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
This Gut Microbiota for Health «Best of Immunity» document includes a summary of the important scientific work related to gut microbes and the immune system. Inside, we bring you Gut Microbiota for Health interviews with scientists on the leading edge of this field. Curated selections of academic publications give you some specific findings on inflammatory processes, celiac disease, colitis, and more.
We finally wrap it all up by listing ten Twitter accounts that offer engaging content related to immunity.
Be sure to visit our website for more gut microbiota and immunity research that has been selected from the most important science journals!
Follow those links to download our first two « best of » documents :
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The gut microbiota has become a new player in the onset and development of metabolic syndrome ...
Different environmental factors may shape human gut microbiome variation. Although diet has a ...