Bacteriophages are highly prevalent in the human body, particularly in the gut. We first became aware of their existence in 1915 and since this time, we have learned a lot about how they work.
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Immunity and inflammation play a very important role in many diseases, including autism.
The inflammatory reaction caused by chronic Borrelia spp. infection of the central nervous system has been suggested by Borrelia specialists to be the causal agent for a very broad spectrum of neurological disorders.
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While research is being done to find effective alternative methods to treat chronic bacterial infection, studies have been carried out to examine the impact of antibiotic therapy on Autism Spectrum Disorder.