Chemotherapy-induced neuroinflammation

Chemotherapy-induced neuroinflammation

Chemotherapy-induced neuroinflammation is associated with disrupted colonic and bacterial homeostasis in female mice Chemotherapy treatment negatively affects the nervous and immune systems and alters gastrointestinal function and microbial composition. Outside of the...
Gut bacteria ‘fingerprint’

Gut bacteria ‘fingerprint’

Gut bacteria ‘fingerprint’ predicts radiotherapy side effects Radiotherapy is important in managing pelvic cancers. However, radiation enteropathy may occur and can be dose limiting. The gut microbiota may contribute to the pathogenesis of radiation...
Intestinal microbiota and colorectal cancer

Intestinal microbiota and colorectal cancer

Changes in the intestinal microenvironment and their relation to the disease Tools that predict the risk of colorectal cancer are important for early diagnosis, given the high mortality rate for this cancer. The composition of the intestinal microbiota is now...