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The Role of Lung and Gut Microbiota in the Pathology of Asthma (Immunity)
 




Dysregulation of microbiota-related immunological processes affects the onset of asthma, its clinical characteristics, and responses to treatment. Finlay et al. review connections between gut and lungs microbiota and its influence on allergic airway inflammation. This review covers not only the most well-known populations of microbes in the context of asthma--bacteria--but also discusses viruses, fungi, and archaea.


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