Research progress on alcoholic liver diseases and gut microbiota
Received:October 12, 2021  
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DOI:10. 3969 / j.issn.1005-4847. 2022. 03. 016
KeyWord:alcoholic liver diseases; gut microbiota; research progress
              
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李国华 1. 昆明理工大学灵长类转化医学研究院,省部共建非人灵长类生物医学国家重点实验室,昆明 ; 2. 云南中科灵长类生物医学重点实验室,昆明
李鹤龄 1. 昆明理工大学灵长类转化医学研究院,省部共建非人灵长类生物医学国家重点实验室,昆明 ; 2. 云南中科灵长类生物医学重点实验室,昆明
陈智岗 1. 昆明理工大学灵长类转化医学研究院,省部共建非人灵长类生物医学国家重点实验室,昆明 ; 2. 云南中科灵长类生物医学重点实验室,昆明
刘海原 昆明理工大学灵长类转化医学研究院,省部共建非人灵长类生物医学国家重点实验室,昆明
王宏 1. 昆明理工大学灵长类转化医学研究院,省部共建非人灵长类生物医学国家重点实验室,昆明 ; 2. 云南中科灵长类生物医学重点实验室,昆明
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Abstract:
      Alcoholic liver diseases are closely related to gut microbiota. Alcoholic liver diseases can cause dysbiosis of gut microbiota that can affect the severity of liver disease progression. This review summarizes the research on the relationship and mechanism of gut microbiota and alcoholic liver diseases. Research of gut microbes, such as probiotics, prebiotics, synbiotics, postbiotics, and bacteriophages, and related products may improve or cure liver diseases.
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