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Is Ruminococcus gnavus responsible for some childhood allergies?

A bacterial marker for intestinal dysbiosis may explain the onset of respiratory allergy episodes.   The development of childhood allergies is often associated with intestinal dysbiosis, but until now, no bacteria had been identified as the agent responsible for the disease. Taiwanese res...
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Allergic asthma

Imbalances in intestinal flora in infants favors the development of allergic asthma. Studies have been carried out on the prevention of allergic asthma with probiotics or prebiotics. 
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Allergic rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis, the most common manifestation of respiratory allergy, frequently progresses to allergic asthma. It is associated with dysbiosis in the gastrointestinal and ENT microbiota.
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