Gut microbiome could contribute to a person's risk for HIV infection, research suggests

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UCLA-led research suggests certain gut bacteria -- including one that is essential for a healthy gut microbiome -- differ between people who go on to acquire HIV infection compared to those who have not become infected. Microbiome-based therapies are becoming a hot area of research with great potential, says study lead Dr. Jennifer Fulcher.
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Gut microbiome could contribute to a person's risk for HIV infection, research suggests

New UCLA-led research suggests certain gut bacteria -- including one that is essential for a healthy gut microbiome – differ between people who go on to acquire HIV infection compared to those who have not become infected.

2 months ago·United States
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Gut bacteria may contribute to susceptibility to HIV infection, research suggests

New UCLA-led research suggests certain gut bacteria—including one that is essential for a healthy gut microbiome—differ between people who go on to acquire HIV infection compared to those who have not become infected.

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Gut bacteria may contribute to susceptibility to HIV infection, UCLA-led research suggests

New UCLA-led research suggests certain gut bacteria -- including one that is essential for a healthy gut microbiome – differ between people who go on to acqui

2 months ago·Charlottesville, United States
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