Exploring Potential Gut Links in Autism Spectrum Disorders-From Animal Models to Human Populations Video
Recent evidence supports ASD as family of systemic disorders of altered immunity, metabolism, gene expression and gastrointestinal dysfunction. Can a common factor link these disparate findings? This lecture shows evidence that short chain fatty acids, present in diet and produced by gut bacteria following carbohydrate ingestion, may be key triggers in ASD. It discusses the hypothesis that ASDs are produced by pre or post-natal opportunistic bacterial infections in sensitive populations.
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