Study Detail

TitleHost-derived fecal microRNAs can indicate gut microbiota healthiness and ability to induce inflammation
Study TypeOther
Abstract Disruption of intestine-microbiota symbiosis can result in chronic gut inflammation. We hypothesize that assessing the initial inflammatory potential of the microbiota in patients is essential and that host-derived miRNAs, which can be found in feces, could fulfill this function. We investigated whe .. [more]
Description Disruption of intestine-microbiota symbiosis can result in chronic gut inflammation. We hypothesize that assessing the initial inflammatory potential of the microbiota in patients is essential and that host-derived miRNAs, which can be found in feces, could fulfill this function. We investigated whe .. [more]
Center NameGeorgia State University