Tag: University of Chicago

Gut Microbiome

Food Allergies Reversed in Mice by Targeting the Microbiome

Includes media briefing video from the ACS.
Twins Study

Twins Study Identifies Fecal Microbiome Differences in Food Allergies

By transplanting fecal microbes from healthy and food-allergic infants to germ-free mice (who do not possess a microbiome), investigators found that the healthy infant microbiota was protective against the development of food allergies.
Gut Microbiome

Study: Intestinal Bacteria from Healthy Infants Prevent Food Allergy

Study shows how gut bacteria from infants could prevent food allergy.
Gut Microbiota

Company Developing Novel Food Allergy Treatment Raises $3.5 Million in Seed...

ClostraBio is working on a pill designed to restore the microbiota in the gut and rebuild the gut lining.