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Alterations in the gut bacterial microbiome in fungal Keratitis patients
Dysbiosis in the gut microbiome has been implicated in several diseases including auto-immune diseases, inflammatory diseases, cancers and mental disorders. Keratitis is an inflammatory disease ofExpand
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Dysbiosis in the Gut Bacterial Microbiome of Patients with Uveitis, an Inflammatory Disease of the Eye
Uveitis (UVT), an inflammatory disease of the eye significantly contributes to vision impairment and blindness. Uveitis is associated with systemic infectious and autoimmune diseases, but in mostExpand
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The Human Ocular Surface Fungal Microbiome.
Purpose To enumerate the ocular surface fungal microbiome of healthy human eyes by using next-generation sequencing (NGS). Methods Tarsal and fornix conjunctiva from the lower and upper lids ofExpand
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Emended description of the genus Rhodothalassium Imhoff et al., 1998 and proposal of Rhodothalassiaceae fam. nov. and Rhodothalassiales ord. nov.
Five strains (JA325, JA389, JA473, JA563 and JA582) of Gram stain-negative, vibrioid to spiral shaped, phototrophic purple bacteria were isolated from solar salterns of India. All strains containedExpand
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Alterations in gut bacterial and fungal microbiomes are associated with bacterial Keratitis, an inflammatory disease of the human eye
AbstractDysbiosis, or imbalance in the gut microbiome, has been implicated in auto-immune, inflammatory, neurological diseases as well as in cancers. More recently it has also been shown to beExpand
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Implicating Dysbiosis of the Gut Fungal Microbiome in Uveitis, an Inflammatory Disease of the Eye.
Purpose In this study, the gut fungal microbiome of uveitis (UVT) patients was generated and compared with healthy controls (HC) to identify dysbiosis in UVT patients and ascertain the role of gutExpand
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Comparison of the Vitreous Fluid Bacterial Microbiomes between Individuals with Post Fever Retinitis and Healthy Controls
Ocular microbiome research has gained momentum in the recent past and has provided new insights into health and disease conditions. However, studies on sight threatening intraocular inflammatoryExpand
Correction: Alterations in the gut bacterial microbiome in fungal Keratitis patients
[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0199640.].
Gut mycobiomes are altered in people with type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Diabetic Retinopathy.
Studies have documented dysbiosis in the gut mycobiome in people with Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). However, it is not known whether dysbiosis in the gut mycobiome of T2DM patients would beExpand
Mycobiome changes in the vitreous of post fever retinitis patients
Fungi have been associated with various diseases of the eye like keratitis, uveitis and endophthalmitis. Despite this fact, fungal microbiome (mycobiome) studies compared to the bacterial microbiomeExpand