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mi·cro·bi·o·ta

 (mī′krō-bī-ō′tə)
n.
(used with a sing. or pl. verb) The microorganisms that typically inhabit a particular environment, such as the soil, a body of water, or a site on or in an organism, considered as a group. Also called microbiome.

microbiota

(ˌmaɪkrəʊbaɪˈəʊtə)
pl n
(Biology) microfauna and microflora, esp of a specific epoch, habitat, or region
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Any negative impact of antibiotics on cancer treatment appears to go back to the gut and to whether the microbiota is needed to help activate the T cells driving treatment response, said Dr Gang Zhou, in a study conducted at Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.
To the Editor: The development of gut microbiota in the early years of life is essential for immune function and protection against pathogens in humans.
While regular exercise can help you keep your waist (and weight) in check, paying attention to gut bacteria--also called the microbiota or microbiome--can also help.
Obesity and metabolic syndrome are associated with alterations in gut microbiota, the microorganism population that lives in the intestine.
RECENT WORK HAS highlighted distinct differences in the cutaneous microbiota of acne sufferers versus those who tend not to "break out," specifically, decreased bacterial diversity, increased Propionibacterium acnes and Staphylococcus aureus, and importantly, specific ribotypes of P.
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The first half of the book discusses the influence of dietary shifts in the evolution of the human gut microbiota and gives details on the different sections of gastrointestinal tract and their habitats for specific types of microbes.
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NEW YORK -- Just as an imbalance in the intestinal microbiota can disrupt gut function, dysbiosis of the facial skin can allow acne-causing bacteria to flourish.
Although several mechanisms are expected to underlie the preventive and therapeutic effects of lifestyle interventions in NAFLD, it has been recently hypothesized that a regular healthy balanced diet can also have a positive effect on the composition and function of the gut microbiota (6).
It is likely that the GI tract acts as the main interaction hub of the host animals microbiota and metabolic activities, thus contributing to overall gut immunity.
html) microbiota 6 that live in your gut, the part of your body responsible for digestion of the food you eat and the liquids you drink.