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Berberine alleviates visceral hypersensitivity in rats by altering gut microbiome and suppressing spinal microglial activation.

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Source(s): Acta pharmacologica Sinica [Acta Pharmacol Sin] 2021 Nov; Vol. 42 (11), pp. 1821-1833. Date of Electronic Publication: 2021 Feb 08.

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Abstract: Accumulating evidence shows that agents targeting gut dysbiosis are effective for improving symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). However, the potential mechanisms remain unclear. In this study we investigated the effects of berberine on the micr...

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Rifaximin-mediated gut microbiota regulation modulates the function of microglia and protects against CUMS-induced depression-like behaviors in adolescent rat.

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Source(s): Journal of neuroinflammation [J Neuroinflammation] 2021 Nov 04; Vol. 18 (1), pp. 254. Date of Electronic Publication: 2021 Nov 04.

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Abstract: Background: Chronic unpredictable mild stress (CUMS) can not only lead to depression-like behavior but also change the composition of the gut microbiome. Regulating the gut microbiome can have an antidepressant effect, but the mechanism by which it imp...

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Assessing the effect of interaction between C-reactive protein and gut microbiome on the risks of anxiety and depression.

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Source(s): Molecular brain [Mol Brain] 2021 Sep 04; Vol. 14 (1), pp. 133. Date of Electronic Publication: 2021 Sep 04.

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Abstract: Cumulative evidence shows that gut microbiome can influence brain function and behavior via the inflammatory processes. However, the role of interaction between gut dysbiosis and C-reactive protein (CRP) in the development of anxiety and depression rem...

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Microbiota and the gut-brain-axis: Implications for new therapeutic design in the CNS.

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Source(s): EBioMedicine [EBioMedicine] 2022 Mar; Vol. 77, pp. 103908. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Mar 04.

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Abstract: The recent revelation that the gut microbiome, home to approximately 100 trillion microorganisms, is implicated in the development of both health and disease has spurred an exponential increase in interdisciplinary research involving gut microbiology. ...

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How Microbes Affect Depression: Underlying Mechanisms via the Gut-Brain Axis and the Modulating Role of Probiotics.

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Source(s): International journal of molecular sciences [Int J Mol Sci] 2022 Jan 21; Vol. 23 (3). Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Jan 21.

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Abstract: Accumulating evidence suggests that the gut microbiome influences the brain functions and psychological state of its host via the gut-brain axis, and gut dysbiosis has been linked to several mental illnesses, including major depressive disorder (MDD). ...

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Relationship Between the Gut Microbiota and Alzheimer's Disease: A Systematic Review.

Source(s): Journal of Alzheimer's disease : JAD [J Alzheimers Dis] 2022; Vol. 87 (2), pp. 519-528.

Abstract: Background: In recent years, scientific research on the gut microbiota and their relationship with some diseases, including neurological ones, has notably increased. As a result of these investigations, the so-called gut-brain axis arises. Despite its ...

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Gut microbiota and neuropsychiatric disorders: Implications for neuroendocrine-immune regulation.

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Source(s): Pharmacological research [Pharmacol Res] 2021 Nov; Vol. 173, pp. 105909. Date of Electronic Publication: 2021 Sep 20.

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Abstract: Recently, increasing evidence has shown gut microbiota dysbiosis might be implicated in the physiological mechanisms of neuropsychiatric disorders. Altered microbial community composition, diversity and distribution traits have been reported in neurops...

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Cognitive behavioral therapy for irritable bowel syndrome induces bidirectional alterations in the brain-gut-microbiome axis associated with gastrointestinal symptom improvement.

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Source(s): Microbiome [Microbiome] 2021 Nov 30; Vol. 9 (1), pp. 236. Date of Electronic Publication: 2021 Nov 30.

Abstract: Background: There is growing recognition that bidirectional signaling between the digestive tract and the brain contributes to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). We recently showed in a large randomized controlled trial that cognitive behavioral therapy (...

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EXPERT: transfer learning-enabled context-aware microbial community classification.

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Source(s): Briefings in Bioinformatics. Nov2022, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p1-13. 13p.

Abstract: Microbial community classification enables identification of putative type and source of the microbial community, thus facilitating a better understanding of how the taxonomic and functional structure were developed and maintained. However, previous cl...

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The Human Gut Microbiome as a Potential Factor in Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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Source(s): International journal of molecular sciences [Int J Mol Sci] 2022 Jan 25; Vol. 23 (3). Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Jan 25.

Abstract: The high prevalence of gastrointestinal (GI) disorders among autism spectrum disorder (ASD) patients has prompted scientists to look into the gut microbiota as a putative trigger in ASD pathogenesis. Thus, many studies have linked the gut microbial dys...

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