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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...
Although allergies are multifactorial diseases, they most often result from an abnormal immune response to allergens. This disorder may be due to a microbiota imbalance.
Imbalances in intestinal flora in infants favors the development of allergic asthma. Studies have been carried out on the prevention of allergic asthma with probiotics or prebiotics.
Allergic rhinitis, the most common manifestation of respiratory allergy, frequently progresses to allergic asthma. It is associated with dysbiosis in the gastrointestinal and ENT microbiota.