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Gut microbiota protects against neurologic damage from viral infections.

Existing in its own universe, controlling and caring for its host, the human gut contains trillions of bacteria, known as the microbiota, responsible for digesting food and regulating the immune system. This symbiotic microbiome also impacts the function and development of the central nervous system (CNS); however, little is known about the contribution of the gut microbiota during viral-induced neurologic

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