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Gut microbiota thought to block the effects of antidepressants

Stress-related intestinal dysbiosis may be involved in the development of depressive disorders. Such dysbioses may also limit the effectiveness of a family of antidepressants via alterations of the serotonergic pathway.   Current treatments for major depressive disorders, such as fluoxeti...
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Depression: towards confirmation of a gut-brain dialogue?

Quality of life and depression might be partly linked to the composition of the intestinal microbiota? A study has traced the outlines of a neuroactive intestinal microbiota–or neuromicrobiome–a new, fast-growing research field.   Mental diseases do not just involve cerebral processes alo...
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Intestinal microbiota associated with the progression of Parkinson’s disease

A deficit of Bifidobacterium in subjects with Parkinson’s disease might be a predictive factor for symptom worsening in a two-year period.   There is an established link between the composition of the intestinal microbiota and Parkinson’s disease. Researchers studied the correlation betwe...
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