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How does the gut microbiota remotely control the thymus?

The gut microbiota seems to remotely control the multiplication and maturation of some T cells in the thymus, through microbial metabolites. In return, T cells seem to have an impact on the homeostasis of the gut barrier.   How does the gut microbiota modulate immune functions? This quest...
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Liver cancer: improving the immune response through the modulation of microbiota?

Decreased levels of bacteria from the Clostridium family in the gut are thought to promote the accumulation of primary bile acids. This phenomenon may contribute to enhanced expression in antitumor NKT cells in the liver.   The microbiota and its metabolites are transported to the liver t...
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