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HIV-1: persistent post-infection bacterial and viral gut dysbiosis

People recently infected with HIV-1 develop changes in their viral and bacterial gut populations. This pronounced dysbiosis, unresolved by antiretroviral therapy, persists during the chronic phase of the disease.   Lymphoid and epithelial tissues of the digestive tube are damaged followin...
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Gut fungal dysbiosis: what role in cirrhosis?

The gut mycobiota is believed to be involved in the development of cirrhosis and its complications, and as such should be considered when making therapeutic choices. A bacteria/fungi ratio could even be used as a predictor for the risk of hospitalization.   As their immune system is weake...
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The intestinal microbiota could predict the risk of infection in acute lymphoblastic leukemia

An American team has, for the first time, explained how polychemotherapy for acute lymphoblastic leukemia affects the intestinal microbiota of young patients. This disruption is thought to herald a future infection associated with the treatment.   Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is the...
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