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AuthorAl-Asmakh, M
AuthorAnuar, F
AuthorZadjali, F
AuthorRafter, J
AuthorPettersson, Sven
Available date2017-12-10T09:45:00Z
Publication Date2012
Publication NameGut Microbesen_US
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.4161/gmic.21287
CitationMaha Al-Asmakh, Farhana Anuar, Fahad Zadjali, Joseph Rafter & SvenPettersson (2012) Gut microbial communities modulating brain development and function, GutMicrobes, 3:4, 366-373
ISSN1949-0976
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/5937
AbstractMammalian brain development is initiated in utero and internal and external environmental signals can affect this process all the way until adulthood. Recent observations suggest that one such external cue is the indigenous microbiota which has been shown to affect developmental programming of the brain. This may have consequences for brain maturation and function that impact on cognitive functions later in life. This review discusses these recent findings from a developmental perspective.
Languageen
PublisherTaylor & Francis
SubjectMicrobiota
SubjectMicrobiome
Subjectbrain development
Subjectbehavior
Subjectbrain development
Subjectgut microbiota
Subjecticrobiota-gut-brain axis
Subjectprobiotics
TitleGut microbial communities modulating brain development and function
TypeArticle
Pagination366-373
Issue Number4
Volume Number3
dc.identifier.essn 1949-0984


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