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Gut Microbes

Title Abbreviation
Gut Microbes
Electronic ISSN
Therapeutic Area
Gastroenterologists, Microbiologists
The intestinal microbiota plays a pivotal role in human physiology. Characterizing its structure and function has implications for health and disease, impacting nutrition and obesity, brain function, allergic responses, immunity, inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, cancer development, cardiac disease, liver disease, and others. Gut Microbes provides a platform for presenting and discussing cutting-edge research on all aspects of microorganisms populating the intestine. Gut Microbes brings together a multidisciplinary community of scientists working in the areas of: Profiling the intestinal microbiota, Gastrointestinal disease: mechanisms, host defense, diagnosis, epidemiology, Host-pathogen interactions, Quorum sensing and toxicity, Probiotics and prebiotics, Novel treatments and clinical trials, Role of intestinal microbiota in health and disease. Gut Microbes publishes a variety of formats including Original Research articles, Short Reports, Reviews and Commentaries.
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Publisher Name
Taylor & Francis, Inc. - US
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