Special Issue "Brain-Microbiome Interactions II"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 June 2024 | Viewed by 74
Interests: human microbiome; host-microbiome interactions; interspecies microbiome inter-actions; brain-gut axis; immunology; infectious diseases; chronic inflammatory diseases; glioblastoma; brain tumor; neurodegenerative disease; Alzheimer’s disease; autism spectrum disorder; cancer microbiome
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Due to the great success of our Special Issue "Brain-Microbiome Interactions", we decided to set up a second volume: "Brain-Microbiome Interactions II".
Over the past decade, research on the human microbiome has made tremendous progress. Now we know that microbiomes are closely associated with digestive health, cardiovascular health, immune system development and regulation, nutrient production, protection against various pathogens, cancer development and treatment, and even our mental health. The gut-brain axis is a bi-directional communication system that connects the central nervous system (CNS) with the enteric nervous system (ENS). The microbiome and its metabolites can send signals to the brain through various pathways, including the immune system, the vagus nerve, and the release of neuroactive molecules. Likewise, the brain can influence the gut microbiome through the release of stress hormones and other neurotransmitters.
Current researches on the gut-brain axis focus on its role in disorders such as mental health, neurological disorders, and cancers. Researchers are exploring the link between the gut microbiome and diseases such as depression, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and glioma, with the goal of developing new treatments and interventions. Additionally, investigations into diet, stress, and personalized medicine are revealing potential applications for personalized dietary recommendations, microbiome-based treatments, and individualized health management strategies.
This Special Issue is to explore the composition and diversity of the gut microbiome and its role in influencing brain function, neurochemistry, and brain disease development, and to discuss how changes in microbiome composition can affect the gut-brain axis. Another purpose of this Special Issue is to explore the potential of microbiome-based interventions in treating gut-brain axis-related conditions.
We welcome the studies and reviews that help uncover the relationship between microbiome and brain disorders.
We invite you to read the Special Issue "Brain-Microbiome Interactions", which can be found at https://www.mdpi.com/journal/brainsci/special_issues/Brain_Microbio_Interact.
Dr. Keehoon Lee
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- gut-brain axis
- neurodegenerative disease, glioma
- cancer microbiome
- autism spectral disorder
- multiple sclerosis
- mental health
- behavioral disorder