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The presence of Gardnerella in the cervicovaginal microbiota of women with high-risk oncogenic papillomavirus may indicate an increase in microbial diversity and predict progression towards precancerous lesions. The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infe...
A catalog of all vaginal bacterial species and their gene function is now available. This public resource will facilitate the work of researchers and provide a better understanding of the role played by vaginal microorganisms in women’s health. By 2003, the complete human genome had bee...
Vaginal delivery promotes the transmission of maternal microbiota, whose composition is involved in the development of newborns’ immune system, especially through the lipopolysaccharide biosynthesis pathway. 19.1% of deliveries worldwide are performed by C-section. This number rises to ...
Bacterial vaginosis, the most common gynecological disease, has a considerable effect on women’s quality of life. It is the result of an imbalance in the vaginal flora that can be regulated through the use of probiotics.
Vaginal yeast infection, a common fungal infection of the vulva and vagina, seems to be more likely to occur if the balance of the vaginal microbiota is disrupted. Treatment is increasingly directed towards the use of probiotics.