Diabetogenic Microbiome - A Review on the Microbes Involve in Diabetes
Keywords:Diabetes, Disease, Enteroviruses, Gut microbiota, Immune system, Interferons
Diabetes has emerged as a pandemic and has caused a great percentage of mortality all over the world according to the World Health Organization (WHO). This worldwide health issue has turned to be a major concern as it shares its role in the onset and progression of many other metabolic diseases along with it. Several factors that include microbes such as bacteria and viruses, diet, and lifestyle comes into play in the progression of this autoimmune disease. Studies done on humans and experimental animal models have provided a great deal of knowledge on how bacteria and viruses are involved in the pathogenesis of diabetes. Nevertheless, the need for more investigations is required to understand the relationship between the microbes and disease development. This review deals with the underlying reasons of diabetes Type I and Type II especially with respect to the microbes in the body and the subsequent changes caused through them.
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