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1. Gut bacteria from multiple sclerosis patients modulate human T cells and exacerbate symptoms in mouse models

2017. Baranzini, Sergio. The gut microbiota regulates T cell functions throughout the body. We hypothesized that intestinal bacteria impact the pathogenesis of ... UC San Francisco.

2. Gut Microbiota from Multiple Sclerosis patients triggers spontaneous autoimmune encephalomyelitis in mice --16S data--

2017. Wekerle, Hartmut, Berer, Kerstin, Gerdes, Lisa Ann, Cekanaviciute, Egle, Jia, Sherman, Xiao, Liang, Xia, Zhongkui, Liu, Chuan, Klotz, Luisa, Stauffer, Uta, Baranzini, Sergio, Kümpfel, Tania, Hohlfeld, Reinhard, and Krishnamoorthy, Gurumoorthy. The commensal microbiota has emerged as a key factor influencing human health and has been associated with several diseases, including ... UC San Francisco.

3. Multiple sclerosis-associated changes in the composition and immune functions of spore-forming bacteria

2018. Baranzini, Sergio and Cekanaviciute, Egle. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease of the central nervous system characterized by adaptive and innate immune system ... UC San Francisco.