Article – Microbiome in Multiple Sclerosis

Microbiome in Multiple Sclerosis; Where Are We, WhatWe Know and Do Not Know

Microbiome in Multiple Sclerosis; Where Are We, WhatWe Know and Do Not Know

ABSTRACT

An increase of multiple sclerosis (MS) incidence has been reported during the last decade, and this may be connected to environmental factors. This review article aims to encapsulate the current advances targeting the study of the gut–brain axis, which mediates the communication between the central nervous system and the gut microbiome. Clinical data arising from many research studies, which have assessed the effects of administered disease-modifying tr{“type”:”block”,”srcClientIds”:[“dde96776-f9fa-4167-b862-2a6250149817″],”srcRootClientId”:”9169469e-0c7e-447a-84f2-f725099757b9″}eatments in MS patients to the gut microbiome, are also recapitulated.

Source: Brain Science, MDPI, 14 April 2020 




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    ParadigMS
  • Author(s)

    Marina Kleopatra Boziki, Evangelia Kesidou, Paschalis Theotokis, Alexios-Fotios A. Mentis, Eleni Karafoulidou, Mikhail Melnikov, Anastasia Sviridova,Vladimir Rogovski, Alexey Boyko and Nikolaos Grigoriadis
  • Country

    Belgium
  • Release Date

    April 14, 2020
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