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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Dysbiosis : Scientists find a bacteria that may be important in Crohn's disease

Researchers believe the lack of a specific bacterium in the gut may be a cause of Crohn's disease. A shortage of naturally-occurring bacteria is thought to trigger the inflammatory gastrointestinal disorder by over-stimulating the immune system. Now a French team has highlighted the bug, Faecalibacterium prausnitzii, which they show secretes biochemicals that reduce inflammation.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/7679347.stm

This is posted only to show that problems in the gut (in this case Crohn's) may be related to certain types of dysbiosis and bacteria. However, scientists around the world often come up with these theories and only time will tell if this one is the breakthrough as Heliobacter Pylori was to stomach ulcers. Also, scientists around the world often act independently and seemingly without any direct relationship with sufferers with a common aim, so it's hard to say what will happen with this finding.

The main purpose in posting on a bloodborne body odor and halitosis site is that systemic odor problems such as fecal/gas body odor could turn out to have an 'exclusive' dysbiosis pattern yet to be defined, and that very little is known of the gut ecology in humans presently.

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