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Mutational signature of e. Coli in colorectal cancer

A team has recently proved how certain genotoxic strains of Escherichia coli damage DNA, leading to an increased risk of colorectal cancer. In the future, will it be possible to curb this process?   While various species of the gut microbiota are linked to colorectal cancer (CRC), a direc...
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The intestinal microbiota: reservoir of germs for urinary tract infections

A comparison of the genome of E. coli strains present in patients’ intestines and urinary tracts reveals that urinary tract infections most often occur in the absence of any bacterial mutation.   By the age of 24, one in three women has already been diagnosed with at least one urinary tr...
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Cystitis

In most cases, cystitis is caused by the appearance of a strain of Escherichia coli in the bladder coming from the intestine. The urinary microbiota is also modified in cases of infection.
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Prostatitis

In its acute form, prostate inflammation, or prostatitis, is most often caused by an infection. In its chronic form, however, it more likely implies an imbalance in the urinary microbiota.
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