Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a psychosomatic gastrointestinal disorder which aetiology is not well clear, although several factors indicate the involvement of the gut microbiota, remarking the importance of the microbiota-gut-brain axis in IBS pathophysiology. We therefore characterized the gut microbiota in a cohort of 20 IBS subjects and 21 healthy subjects (HS) focusing also on the characterization of the fungal gut microbiota.

Characterization of gut micobyota in IBS patients

MODESTO, MONICA MARIANNA;LUISELLI, DONATA;MATTARELLI, PAOLA
2017

Abstract

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a psychosomatic gastrointestinal disorder which aetiology is not well clear, although several factors indicate the involvement of the gut microbiota, remarking the importance of the microbiota-gut-brain axis in IBS pathophysiology. We therefore characterized the gut microbiota in a cohort of 20 IBS subjects and 21 healthy subjects (HS) focusing also on the characterization of the fungal gut microbiota.
Microbiota: a continuum from insects to primates
Sciavilla, P.; Strati, F.; Prati, G.M.; Fornari, F.; Modesto, M.; Luiselli, D.; Cavalieri, D.; De Filippo, C.; Mattarelli, P.
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