Microbial Inflammation

Researchers are currently investigating the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying the host's inflammatory responses to diverse microbial pathogens, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. The gut microbiota's role has been implicated in shaping the host's immune system and influencing inflammatory responses.

The session offers participants the opportunity to delve into and discuss relevant breakthroughs and research conducted in this area. Studies are also focusing on understanding how dysbiosis can impact inflammation and disease outcomes.

Epigenetic modifications are emerging as crucial regulators of immune responses to microbial pathogens, presenting new possibilities for therapeutic interventions. Additionally, researchers are exploring the potential of microbiota-derived therapies, such as fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) and probiotics, to modulate inflammatory responses in various diseases.

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