GUT-BRAIN AXIS IN 2016: Brain-gut-microbiota axis — mood, metabolism and behavio

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Abstract

In 2016, key studies have increased our understanding of the part played by the brain-gut-microbiota axis in disorders as diverse as depression, obesity and autism spectrum disorder. The data indicate that alterations in gut-microbial composition can substantially affect central physiology, and that transplantation of the gut microbiota can transfer a behavioural or physiological phenotype.

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