Whether it is allergic, neurological, cutaneous, urinary or vaginal disorders, the microbiota is increasingly suspected of having a role in their development. It remains to be defined if it is the cause or a consequence.
In occurrence of digestive symptoms, from benign to life-threatening cancerous pathologies, research has been interested in the roles the intestinal microbiota may play when it malfunctions.
Metabolic disruption and liver function disorders cause the major diseases of the twenty-first century. These findings currently give rise to a strong involvement of pre-clinical and clinical research, particularly for the following pathologies:
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