Tag: University of Chicago

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.