Towards psychobiotics: the microbiome as a key regulator of brain and behavior (2/11)

    Em direção aos psicobióticos: o microbioma como um regulador chave do cérebro e do comportamento (2/11)

    https://nccih.nih.gov/training/videolectures/towards-psychobiotics

    Colección: Online Continuing Education Series. NCCIH - Free online lectures

    In this lecture divided into 9 chapters, Dr. Cryan presentes the studies involving animal models, early-life microbiota manipulations, and probiotic administration in adulthood. Their research has shown that gut microbiota is essential for normal stress, antidepressant, and anxiety responses. Dr. Cryan will discuss his work as well as the concept of critical windows of time early in life when the effects of microbiota on brain and behavior appear to be more potent. Manipulation of the microbiota in early life by cesarean delivery, antibiotics, or stress leads to long-lasting effects on brain and behavior. Dr. Cryan will also discuss how specific modulation of the enteric microbiota through diet may be a useful "psychobiotic"-based strategy for both stress-related and neurodevelopmental disorders ranging from depression to autism.

    Autor(es): Cryan, John F. Contribuidor(es): US Department of Health and Human Services. NIH. National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. NCCIH Idioma: Inglés Duración: 1:05:24 Publisher: US Department of Health and Human Services. NIH. National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. NCCIH
    Asunto(s): Tracto Gastrointestinal/microbiología, Trastornos Mentales/dietoterapia, Microbiota/fisiología, Conducta, Probióticos
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