Open Access Mini Review Article ID: OJBS-5-119

    Intestine microbiota and neurodegenerative diseases: Can microbiota affect the brain?

    Evelin F Meirelles and Matheus V Coste Grahl*

    The communication between the digestive tract and the brain is an important aspect to the regulation and maintenance of its functionality. This communication is made by a network of signals that the brain sends to the gastrointestinal tract and vice-versa through the gut-brain axis. These signals can be direct or indirect, direct is a signal sent by the pathogen to the brain, while indirect is a signal originated from the alterations that the pathogen triggers. 


    Published on: Apr 21, 2020 Pages: 22-23

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/ojbs.000019
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