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A dysbiosis of the oral microbiota may be involved in the pathogenesis of Sjögren syndrome, particularly in the phenotypic change in epithelial cells of the salivary glands and in the inflammation of the glands themselves. Sjӧgren syndrome (SS) is an autoimmune epithelitis characterized...
Although at present there is nothing to confirm a link between infection and gut microbiota, several signs nonetheless point towards an association with the digestive system. Certain precautionary measures are therefore justified. Fever, cough and respiratory distress are three symptoms...
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...