Gut microbial short-chain fatty acids in host defense and immune regulation

Abstract

Our guts are inhabited by an enormous number of commensal bacteria, commonly referred to as the gut microbiota. Complex host-gut microbiota interactions are involved in the formation of the unique “gut ecosystem”. This ecosystem is thought to play a variety of roles in host physiology and pathology, including the modification and shaping of the host immune… (More)

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@inproceedings{Ohno2015GutMS, title={Gut microbial short-chain fatty acids in host defense and immune regulation}, author={Hiroshi Ohno}, year={2015} }