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Severity-specific signature of gut microbiota in chronic kidney disease

Intestinal bacteria and blood metabolites signal the progression of chronic kidney disease. In addition to the discovery of potential new biomarkers, investigation in this area is also revealing etiological leads.   Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is associated with specific changes in the g...
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Kidney failure: impact of the gut microbiota

Gut dysbioses are thought to aggravate kidney failure through the production of toxins that accumulate in the blood. A specific probiotic appears to partially counteract these effects.   The progression from chronic kidney disease (CKD) to end-stage kidney disease (ESKD) and its complicat...
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Kidney transplant: is pre-operative dysbiosis a risk factor for diabetes?

Patients affected by kidney failure who develop diabetes following a transplant may have been suffering from a pre-operative gut dysbiosis, the precise details of which have not yet been determined.   Patients affected by kidney failure often suffer from severe metabolic disorders. Diabet...
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