Approaches to studying and manipulating the enteric microbiome to improve autism symptoms

@inproceedings{Frye2015ApproachesTS,
  title={Approaches to studying and manipulating the enteric microbiome to improve autism symptoms},
  author={Richard Eugene Frye and John C Slattery and Derrick F Macfabe and Emma Allen-Vercoe and William Parker and John Rodakis and James B Adams and Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown and Ellen Bolte and Stephen G. Kahler and Jana Jennings and Jill James and Carl Cerniglia and Tore Midtvedt},
  booktitle={Microbial ecology in health and disease},
  year={2015}
}
There is a growing body of scientific evidence that the health of the microbiome (the trillions of microbes that inhabit the human host) plays an important role in maintaining the health of the host and that disruptions in the microbiome may play a role in certain disease processes. An increasing number of research studies have provided evidence that the composition of the gut (enteric) microbiome (GM) in at least a subset of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) deviates from what is… CONTINUE READING
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