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These proteins include tyrosine phosphatases that serve as regulators of MAP kinase pathways and cytoskeletal dynamics, as well as 41 components involved in control of ubiquitination-mediated NF-κB activation. Microbial-elicited ROS mediate increased cellular proliferation and motility and modulate innate immune signaling. Certainly, for any upregulating physiological mechanism, there can be hypothesized a counterbalancing pathway, in this case antioxidative measures. These results demonstrate how enteric microbiota influence regulatory networks of the mammalian intestinal epithelia (Jones et al.
Later several studies of twins have confirmed the concordance of microbiome and its functions (Tims et al. 2012; Bondia-Pons et al. 2014). Concluding the historic survey, we state that the comparison of microbiota in twin co-pairs indicates that factors related to the host genotype have one of the most important effects on determining the intestinal bacterial composition that are also reflected in host metabolism. However, never mind the relative stability of microbiota, the phenotypic flexibility of host metabolism can deem the host genetic makeup and environmental relations (van Ommen et al.
In host defense, for reconstruction of the balanced microbiota, the beneficial bacteria of the gut microbial ecosystem have been considered to: 1. maintain and promote perturbed colonization resistance for fighting pathogens; 2. maintain human metabolic functions by absorbed bacterial metabolites; and 3. modulate innate resistance and attenuate chronic low-grade inflammation. The increase in Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus spp. abundance in the gut usually correlates well with numerous beneficial effects 31 such as a reduction in the risk of enteric infections, dysbiosis, and metabolic and immune-mediated diseases (Floch 2011).