Microbiome and immune system

Microbiota includes communities of bacteria, fungi, archaea and protozoans. The immune system maintains a symbiotic relationship with the microbes as they play a fundamental role on the induction, training and function of the host immune system. Also, the host immune system maintains the homeostasis with the microbes and ensures that the host-microbial relationship is maintained. Microbiodata is plays an essential part in the maturation of the immune system.  The intestinal immune system is regulated by the gut microbiome. The understanding of how the immune responses are regulated by the bacteria helps in the development of new diagnostic techniques.

  • Microbiome and disease susceptibility
  • Microbiota and immune homeostasis
  • Treg cell regulation by microbiome
  • Intestinal immune system regulation
  • Microbiome and innate lymphoid cells

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