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  • Gut microbes from aged mice induce inflammation in young mice, study finds

    The researchers in a laboratory.

    From left, postdoctoral researcher Elisa Caetano-Silva, kinesiology and community health professor Jacob Allen, Ph.D. student Akriti Shrestha and their colleagues found evidence linking the gut microbiomes of aged mice to age-related inflammation common to mice and humans.

    Photo by Fred Zwicky


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  • Editor’s notes:  

    To reach Jacob Allen, email
    To reach Thomas Buford, email
    The paper “Aging amplifies a gut microbiota immunogenic signature linked to heightened inflammation” is available online