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Microorganisms [Working Title]
A growing body of scientific reports suggests a relevant key role of human intestinal microbiota (HIM) in maintaining the host's physiological and mental balance; thus any disturbance in the microbiota diversity and/or concentrations may result in impaired stimulation of the gastrointestinal (GI) system-central nervous system (CNS) bidirectional pathway, termed gut-to-brain axis. Recent data show that HIM composition is significantly unbalanced among a subset of autism spectrum disorder (ASD)doi:10.5772/intechopen.89998 fatcat:gbszxzoe7vhohjftohymlimhcy