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Postbiotic Modulation of Retinoic Acid Imprinted Mucosal-like Dendritic Cells by Probiotic Lactobacillus reuteri 17938 In Vitro
Lactobacilli are widely used as probiotics with beneficial effects on infection-associated diarrhea, but also used in clinical trials of e.g., necrotizing enterocolitis and inflammatory bowelExpand
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Morphologically Distinct Escherichia coli Bacteriophages Differ in Their Efficacy and Ability to Stimulate Cytokine Release In Vitro
[This corrects the article on p. 437 in vol. 7, PMID: 27065990.].
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Maternal country of origin, breast milk characteristics and potential influences on immunity in offspring
Breast milk contains pro‐ and anti‐inflammatory cytokines and chemokines with potential to influence immunological maturation in the child. We have shown previously that country of birth isExpand
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Early-Life Gut Bacteria Associate with IL-4−, IL-10− and IFN-γ Production at Two Years of Age
Microbial exposure early in life influences immune maturation and potentially also the development of immune-mediated disease. Here we studied early-life gut colonization in relation to cytokineExpand
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Lactobacillus reuteri and Staphylococcus aureus differentially influence the generation of monocyte‐derived dendritic cells and subsequent autologous T cell responses
In early‐life, the immature mucosal barrier allows contact between the gut microbiota and the developing immune system. Due to their strategic location and their ability to sample luminal antigen,Expand
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Mass cytometry reveals systemic and local immune signatures that distinguish inflammatory bowel diseases
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) includes Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Each disease is characterized by a diverse set of potential manifestations, which determine patients’ diseaseExpand
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Lactobacilli Regulate Staphylococcus aureus 161:2-Induced Pro-Inflammatory T-Cell Responses In Vitro
There seems to be a correlation between early gut microbiota composition and postnatal immune development. Alteration in the microbial composition early in life has been associated with immuneExpand
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Early-Life Human Microbiota Associated With Childhood Allergy Promotes the T Helper 17 Axis in Mice
The intestinal microbiota influences immune maturation during childhood, and is implicated in early-life allergy development. However, to directly study intestinal microbes and gut immune responsesExpand
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Morphologically Distinct Escherichia coli Bacteriophages Differ in Their Efficacy and Ability to Stimulate Cytokine Release In Vitro
Due to a global increase in the range and number of infections caused by multi-resistant bacteria, phage therapy is currently experiencing a resurgence of interest. However, there are a number ofExpand
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Age-Related Changes in Gut Microbiota Alter Phenotype of Muscularis Macrophages and Disrupt Gastrointestinal Motility
Figure 1. Microbiota from old mice alte were co-housed with either young or old m from GF mice showed reduced expres (FIZZ1), C-type lectin domain family 10 me and (C) statistically significantlyExpand
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