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The interconnection between nutrients, metabolites and microbes is a key factor governing the healthy/pathological status of an individual. Thus, microbiota-based research is essential in order to better understand human health and nutrition. Gut bacteria release membrane vesicles (MVs) as an intercellular communication mechanism that allows the direct delivery of factors that prime the host's innate immune system. We have previously shown that MVs from intestinal E. coli activate dendriticdoi:10.3390/cells9061534 pmid:32585977 fatcat:lfr6ur6drjgl7agekt27x2tbn4