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What if manipulating the microbiota could improve the response to immunotherapy?

Gut microbiota may modulate responses to immunotherapy. Although it is too early to propose a scientifically validated cocktail of probiotics, the use of antibiotics during therapy should be better justified.   More effective and less toxic than chemotherapy, CAR-T cell immunotherapy is t...
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CIBD: a promising therapy to protect the mucus layer

A western diet significantly modifies the mucosa of the host's colon, in particular the mucus layer. In an animal model, ingestion of fiber and of a strain of Bifidobacterium is thought to help compensate for its effects. This issue warrants close monitoring in the case of Chronic Inflammatory Bowel...
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Probiotics

The WHO defines probiotics1 as “live microorganisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host”. Essential criteria to be considered when selecting a probiotic Not all probiotics are equal when it comes to their beneficial effects, whether they are yeasts...
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Symbiotics

Symbiotics are products that combine prebiotics and probiotics to improve the benefits for the microbiota. Synbiotics consist of a combination of prebiotics and probiotics1,2. The latter help restore the microbiota balance in cases of dysbiosis, and the former provide the energy the bacteria need...
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