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Clinical Evidence for Immunomodulatory Effects of Probiotic Bacteria
Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition - JPGN
Close, tightly orchestrated interactions between the intestinal epithelium and the mucosa-associated immune system are critical for normal intestinal absorptive and immunological functions. Recent data indicate that commensal intestinal microbiota represents a major modulator of intestinal homeostasis. This review analyzes the process of intestinal colonization and the interaction of microbiota with the intestinal epithelium and mucosal immune system, with special reference to the first yearsdoi:10.1097/mpg.0b013e31817d80ca pmid:19179874 fatcat:qwjifrfmgzdndaogtc4enhtlai