Introduction: The microrganisms of the human oral cavity include more than 700 species or phenotypes of bacteria. Some “diseases of civilization” are strictly correlated to changes in the microbiome following the food revolution that occurred after WWII. For that reason, a precise recognition of the microbiome pro le before and after this period should be useful to determine the health-compatible model of microbiome. The aim of this study was to compare the microbiome pro les (number of total cells, and pathogen types) of dental samples obtained from two distinct groups of children, a 200-year-old retrieved one and a present one.
Fonte: Journal of Pediatric and Neonatal Individualized Medicine
Articolo consigliato da Maria Franca Setzu, AIDI Sardegna.