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Synonyms for guts

fortitude and determination

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The gases of the gut have been shown to be of significant value in understanding the pathogenesis of disorders of the gut.
Now, the teams behind both studies are hopeful this could be significantly boosted if they are able to manipulate the make-up of bacteria in the gut.
The Effect of Diet on the Human Gut Microbiome: A Metagenomic Analysis in Humanized Gnotobiotic Mice, Sci Transl Med.
In a further step that takes their work well beyond proof of concept, researchers report their laboratory-created intestine successfully regenerated gut tissue in the colons of dogs with missing gut lining.
To date, 4,200 participants have had their gut microbiota sequenced.
The gut microbiome is a micro-version of a complex biome.
journal Science, demonstrate the transmission of physical and metabolic traits via gut microbes, representing an important step toward the ultimate goal of developing anti-obesity treatment with bacteria, reported Xinhua news agency.
The researchers then transplanted the discordant twins' gut microbiota into the guts of germ-free mice that had been raised under sterile conditions, without any microbes of their own.
The genomes of the bacteria and viruses of the human gut alone are thought to encode 3.
This book is recommended for anyone looking for a hopeful view of humankind and a method for getting in touch with gut instincts to reduce stress, cope with fear and anxiety, deal with health issues and make efforts to stay healthy, and to increase optimal problem-solving and life-decision making abilities.
All of those areas of practice have ways to achieve and maintain gut health.
Simply stated, the most successful leaders lead with their head, heart and guts.
Researchers in Spain have found a species of insect larvae that pass through the guts of migrating birds and emerge in the birds' droppings, unharmed.
Jim LeMay, a geneticist at the lab, recalls receiving a box from a state trooper that contained animal guts.
Suffering holiday tummy or food poisoning this summer forces us to think about an area of our body we ignore at our peril - our guts.