The Microbial Cognate And The Warranted Survival – A Review

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  • Dr Santo Grace Umesh , Dr Kavitha Sanjeev , Dr Lakshmi Ramachandran , Dr Priyanka K Cholan

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https://doi.org/10.47750/pnr.2022.13.S09.113

Abstract

The balance between the health and pathology of an individual's surroundings is influenced by the diverse array of microbial species that make up their microbiota. These bacteria give their host significant physiologic advantages such immune system control and resistance to disease colonization. Many oral and systemic diseases, including cancer, autoimmune diseases, and inflammatory states, are preceded by dysbiosis of the microbial communities in the mouth and gut. This dysbiosis can be caused by the breakdown of innate barriers, immune dysregulation, pro-inflammatory signaling, and molecular mimicry. There is yet, a gap in the understanding between the similarities and differences in oral and gut microbiomes and how they may influence each other. A step towards a better understanding of the connections between the microbial strains found in the mouth and the intestinal tract and their relationship with human disease is the constant need. This can only be achieved by challenging the conventional wisdom regarding the relationship between the oral and gut microbiome in humans. This review focusses on the microbial cognate and the dire need to re-explore them.

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2022-11-14 — Updated on 2022-11-14

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Dr Santo Grace Umesh , Dr Kavitha Sanjeev , Dr Lakshmi Ramachandran , Dr Priyanka K Cholan. (2022). The Microbial Cognate And The Warranted Survival – A Review. Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 948–958. https://doi.org/10.47750/pnr.2022.13.S09.113

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