Debbie A. Lewis

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The urinary microbiome of healthy individuals and the way it alters with ageing have not been characterized and may influence disease processes. Conventional microbiological methods have limited scope to capture the full spectrum of urinary bacterial species. We studied the urinary microbiota from a population of healthy individuals, ranging from 26 to 90(More)
Abnormalities in various neuropeptide systems have been detected in a number of neuropsychiatric disorders. Understanding the pathophysiological significance of these findings requires considering them in the context of the neural circuits involved. In both Huntington's disease and Alzheimer's disease, the reported alterations in multiple neuropeptide(More)
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