Disease ⇒ Allergy ⇒ Allergic rhinitis {40000130}

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Allergic rhinitis


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    - Higher bacterial diversity may reduce the risk of allergic rhinitis later in childhood.
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    - The nasal microbiome of patients shows decreased heterogeneity and the increased abundance of one species, #Streptococcus salivarius. - This commensal bacterium contributes to AR development, promoting inflammatory cytokine release and morphological changes in the nasal epithelium that are characteristic of AR.
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    - #Parabacteroides had significantly higher relative abundances in the allergic rhinitis
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    - #Asthma, allergic rhinitis (or hay fever), #Food Allergy, and #Atopic Dermatitis (or eczema) can share many common etiological mechanisms characterized by aberrant type-2 inflammatory responses and elevated IgE
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    - butyrylated #Starch significantly increased the levels of colonic #Butyrate, and downregulated serum OVA-sIgE, IL-4, and IL-5, and improved symptoms in AR mice. In addition, the proportion of Treg cells in mesenteric lymph nodes and the levels of #IL-10 and TGF-β in the serum were elevated after butyrylated #Starch intervention. - butyrylated #Starch promoted the enrichment of beneficial genera in AR mice, such as #Lactobacillus, and alleviated the composition and structural disorder of gut microbiota in AR mice.

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