Researchers report proteins produced by gut bacteria may cause protein misfolding in the brain and cerebral inflammation.
Researchers report cells located in the gut spark an immune response that protects neurons against damage connected to Parkinson's.
Researchers report that manipulating dopamine signaling in the nervous system of C. elegans can control inflammation in the gut.
A new study reports long term use of antibiotics in mice decreased levels of amyloid plaques and activated inflammatory microglial cells.
A new study appears to add to the growing evidence that the immune system may play a vital role in some psychiatric disorders.
A new study reveals changes in the gut microbiomes of untreated and treated multiple sclerosis patients.
Researchers discover a link between gut bacteria and brain inflammation in patients with cirrhosis.
Researchers culture a strain of Lactobacillus reuteri from human breast milk and introduced it to mice. They discovered treatment with this bacterial strain appeared to rescue social behaviors.
Being sociable may help transmit beneficial microbes, a new study reports.
Researchers are investigating whether behavioral self management of IBS can lead to fundamental changes in the gut microbiome.