Microbiologie : recherche actuelle


The human microbiome in health and disease

Joshua Olovo

Despite the impact of the human microbiome on health, an appreciation of microbial ecology is yet to be translated into mainstream medical training and practice. The human microbiota plays a role in the development of the immune system, in the development and function of the mind, in digestion, and in host defense, and we guess that a lot more functions are yet to be found. We contend here that without formal openness to microbiology and ecology fields that investigate the organizations, associations and elements between individuals from populaces of microorganisms indispensably significant connections between the human microbiome and wellbeing will be disregarded. This instructive shortage affects patient consideration and biomedical examination, and we give models from momentum research featuring the impact of the microbiome on human wellbeing. We infer that officially integrating microbiology and ecology into the premedical educational programs is priceless to the preparation of future wellbeing experts and basic to the advancement of novel therapeutics and treatment practices.