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New light on link between gut bacteria and anxiety
 
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New light on link between gut bacteria and anxiety


"The findings suggest that a healthy microbiome is necessary for appropriate regulation of miRNAs in these brain regions. Previous research demonstrated that manipulation of the gut microbiome affects anxiety-like behaviors...They found that depleting the microbiota of adult rats with antibiotics impacted some miRNAs in the brain in a similar way to the GF (guy bacteria-free) mice. This suggests that even if a healthy microbiota is present in early life, subsequent changes in adulthood can impact miRNAs in the brain relevant to anxiety-like behaviors"

New light on link between gut bacteria and anxiety

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170824221455.htm
 

 
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