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Asthma: what are the links between phenotypes and respiratory tract microbiota?

Neutrophilic asthma is associated with changes in the bronchial microbiota. This observation could lead to better management of the pathology and improved prediction of attacks.   Stratification of asthma patients, by the level of respiratory tract inflammation, is crucial for phenotype i...
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The role of fungal microbiota in asthma

The link between dysbiosis and childhood asthma is created in the early months of life. A study conducted in rural Ecuador paves the way for new means to prevent the disease by stimulating protective bacteria and fungi.   In 2016, an international team that studied Canadian children disco...
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Persistent bacterial bronchitis degrades pulmonary microbiota

Persistent bacterial bronchitis (PBB) is associated to a high risk of progression to chronic bronchitis in young children, particularly in preschoolers. It also impacts the composition and diversity of the airway microbiota. This discovery, made by a team of British and Australian researchers, could...
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The intestinal and pulmonary microbiota may be involved in the onset of asthma. Research is in progress.
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