Understanding the gut-brain connection in metabolic and neurological disorders

Group of the scientists working at the laboratory

The community of microorganisms living in the human gut, known as the gut microbiome, is increasingly recognized as playing a pivotal role in metabolic conditions such as obesity and neurological diseases including Parkinson’s disease.

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