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Le microbiote intestinal : un « organe » méconnu

Abstract : With more and more patients affected by diabetes and obesity, the research longs to find alternatives and complementary treatments. These pathologies are systematically associated with a low grade inflammation caused by the passage of LPS in the blood from the gut. LPS crosses the barrier of the intestinal epithelium due to an increase of the permeability between enterocytes via various mechanisms. The importance of the intestinal microbiota also intervenes during the synthesis of the SCFAs which have the capacity to decrease the intestinal permeability but also have an anti-inflammatory action doubling of this seemed like of the LPS. Probiotics and prebiotics seem to be important in the management of patients with diabeties and obesity.
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Jérôme Simon. Le microbiote intestinal : un « organe » méconnu. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2016. ⟨dumas-01758719⟩

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