Microbiota-Mediated Regulation of the Immune System in a Prenatal Immune Activation Model of Autism

autism, probiotics, pregnancy

In what is being described as cutting-edge research, published in the Journal of Immunology, scientists from the University of Virginia School of Medicine suggest that a mother’s microbiome during pregnancy plays a critical role in determining the child’s risk of developing autism-spectrum disorders. The study raises the possibility that autismRead