Chemical signaling between gut microbiota and host chromatin: What is your gut really saying?

@article{Krautkramer2017ChemicalSB,
  title={Chemical signaling between gut microbiota and host chromatin: What is your gut really saying?},
  author={Kimberly A. Krautkramer and Federico E. Rey and John M Denu},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2017},
  volume={292 21},
  pages={8582-8593}
}
Mammals and their gut microbial communities share extensive and tightly coordinated co-metabolism of dietary substrates. A large number of microbial metabolites have been detected in host circulation and tissues and, in many cases, are linked to host metabolic, developmental, and immunological states. The presence of these metabolites in host tissues intersects with regulation of the host's epigenetic machinery. Although it is established that the host's epigenetic machinery is sensitive to… CONTINUE READING
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