Tag: gut microbes

  • An Unexpected Linkage: The Gut-Skin Axis

    An Unexpected Linkage: The Gut-Skin Axis

    Created with BioRender.com In the public discussion of microbes, there is often a negative connotation attached to microbes such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites due to the presence of pathogenic individuals in each category. However, microbes are not synonymous with pathogens. For instance, some gut bacteria are well-acknowledged for their importance in the nutrient […]

  • A Song of Marrow and Microbes

    A Song of Marrow and Microbes

    Stem cells! Iron! Macrophages! Red blood cells! Butyrate! Gut microbiota! No, we are not just blurting out random terms (stick with us till the end to read the full story). These keywords summarize a study by Zhang and colleagues that was published in Cell Stem Cell earlier this month. However, summarizing the work in a single […]