Mikrobiom: Studien und Publikationen

Wir stellen eine Übersicht der wichtigsten Studien und aktuellen Publikationen zum Thema Mikrobiom im Kontext unserer Gesundheit zusammen.

Links between gut microbes and depression strengthened.

Just ten years ago, the idea that microorganisms in the human gut could influence the brain was often dismissed as wild. Not any more.​ Links between the central nervous system and the...

Gut microbe linked to depression in large health study.

The trillions of bacteria in and on our bodies can bolster our health and contribute to disease, but just which microbes are the key actors has been elusive. Now, a study involving...

Gut Microbiome and Depression: How Microbes Affect the Way We Think.

The gut microbiome serves an important role in the human body. Reportedly, one of the benefits of these microflora is on mental health. Once established, food and other dietary sources that enhance quality...

Gut microbiome-wide association study of depressive symptoms.

Depression is one of the most poorly understood diseases due to its elusive pathogenesis. There is an urgency to identify molecular and biological mechanisms underlying depression and the gut microbiome is a...

Current Understanding of Gut Microbiota in Mood Disorders.

Gut microbiota plays an important role in the bidirectional communication between the gut and the central nervous system. Mounting evidence suggests that gut microbiota can influence the brain function via neuroimmune and...

Why the Future of Mental Health Care Could Be in Your Gut

A growing body of research suggests that the gut microbiome, the bacteria and other organisms that live in the gut, is linked to our mental health. But what if doctors...