Two Studies Co-Funded by National MS Society Add Evidence to Role of Gut Bacteria in MS

New studies from the U.S. and Germany, funded in part by the National MS Society, add mounting evidence to the potential role that intestinal bacteria play in the brain inflammation that underlies multiple sclerosis. In one study, researchers found that certain types of bacteria were much more common in people with MS than in people without MS, and that administering these bacteria to immune cells from people without MS caused the cells to become inflammatory. Transferring bacteria from people with MS to mouse models induced brain inflammation, unlike gut bacteria…

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