- Hai Lun (Helen) Liu, MSc
- McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Special Issue Introduction
In recent years, the microbiota became a trending topic. The microorganisms residing in the gut can have many different interactions with themselves, with the gut, and with the other organs, for example, brain. This brings out the importance of diet, which can substantially change the microbiome, which may improve or distruct the person’s health accordingly. How do we know what kind of diet we are supposed to take? Studying the crosstalks between microbiota, central nervous system, and immune system may shed us some light on this. In this issue, papers from fields of neuroimmunology and neuroinflammation are highly welcomed, in addition to articles on diet and food. With this new perspective, many exciting discoveries are yet to be found.
KeywordsMicrobiota, central nervous system, immune system
Submission Deadline31 Jul 2018
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