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Symbiosis with Staphylococcus epidermidis could be involved in the maturation of the nasal microbiota during adolescence and the fight against pathogens: this bacterium, protected by a biofilm, could induce production of antimicrobial peptides by the nasal epithelium. The microbiotas of...
A segmented filamentous bacterium found in the microbiota of some mice gives them the ability to resist rotavirus-induced infections. A more frequent renewal of the intestinal epithelium could explain this barrier effect. When a virus enters the digestive tract and is about to infect in...
A study confirms the presence of a viable fetal microbiota which changes during pregnancy. The identified bacteria and their metabolites come from the uterine environment and could play a role in the development of the immune system. The discovery of bacterial DNA in the fetal environme...