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Intestinal Bacterial Flora and Al-zheimer’s Disease

dc.contributor.authorAl-Tajouri, Malak
dc.descriptionThere is no doubt with respect to the significant bidirectional interactions between the GIT and CNS provided by lymphatic and blood circulation . The normal intestinal flora of microorganisms is required for normal cognitive functions under certain conditions, such as AD . The intestinal membrane permeability increases with age and the rate of transmission of bacterial, viral, and fungal toxins, chemokines, and cytokines to the lymph and blood circulations also increases .Therefore , modifying the GIT flora by (FMT) may be a promising way to suppress increased brain and systemic inflammationsen_US
dc.publisherfaculty of Basic Medical Science - Libyan International Medical Universityen_US
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dc.titleIntestinal Bacterial Flora and Al-zheimer’s Diseaseen_US

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