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Gut-brain axis and ageing - Research

Bradfield J et al 2021 - From observation to intervention: time to put ‘food and mood’ to the test
Razazan A et al 2021 - Activation of Microbiota Sensor- Free Fatty Acid Receptor 2 Signaling Ameliorates Amyloid-Β Induced Neurotoxicity by Modulating Proteolysis/Senescence Axis
Boehme et al 2021 - Microbiota from young mice counteracts selective age-associated behavioral deficits
Popescu A et al 2021 - Vitamin K2 Holds Promise for Alzheimer's Prevention and Treatment
Chen Y et al 2021 - Regulation of Neurotransmitters by the Gut Microbiota and Effects on Cognition in Neurological Disorders
Wilmanski T et al 2021 - Gut microbiome pattern reflects healthy ageing and predicts survival in humans
Herath et al 2020 - The Role of the Gastrointestinal Mucus System in Intestinal Homeostasis
Ghosh et al. 2020 - Mediterranean diet intervention alters the gut microbiome in older people reducing frailty and improving health status
Challis et al. 2020 - Gut-seeded α-synuclein fibrils promote gut dysfunction and brain pathology specifically in aged mice
Goya et al 2020 - Probiotic Bacillus subtilis Protects against α-Synuclein Aggregation in C. elegans
Borghammer and Van Den Berge 2019 - Brain-First versus Gut-First Parkinson’s Disease: A Hypothesis
Boertien et al 2019 - Increasing Comparability and Utility of Gut Microbiome Studies in Parkinson's Disease: A Systematic Review
Chang & Su 2019 - Nutrition and immunology in mental health: Precision medicine and integrative approaches to address unmet clinical needs in psychiatric treatments
Nagpal et al 2019 - Modified Mediterranean-ketogenic diet modulates gut microbiome and short-chain fatty acids in association with Alzheimer's disease markers in subjects with mild cognitive impairment
Novotný et al 2019 - Microbiome and Cognitive Impairment: Can Any Diets Influence Learning Processes in a Positive Way?
Kim et al 2019 - Transneuronal Propagation of Pathologic α-Synuclein from the Gut to the Brain Models Parkinson’s Disease
Matt et al 2018 - Butyrate and Dietary Soluble Fiber Improve Neuroinflammation Associated With Aging in Mice