This is dedicated to new work by Danish and Chinese researchers, published in the journal Nature Microbiology.
Today we know that trillions of bacteria living in our intestine, play a vital role in digestion and immunity, and possibly some other body systems. However, it is not sufficiently studied, and even the doctors do not know the details of the reaction of the intestinal microflora to treat patient with antibiotics.
Oluf Pedersen (Pedersen Oluf) with colleagues from the University of Copenhagen and the Institute for BGI in Shenzhen has studied the dynamics of the state of intestinal microflora in 12 volunteers before and after taking broad-spectrum antibiotics. Observations have shown that the composition comes back to normal only after about six months after this treatment and d
The full article can be read here https://ukr.media/medicine/377663/