JournalFrontiers in psychiatry
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AbstractThe importance of the microbiota-gut-brain axis has been of major interest in mental health research in recent years. In addition, research endeavors have expanded to also include the role of the oral microbiota in mental health. The articles published as part of this Frontiers Research Topic provide insight into the bidirectional connection between periodontal and mental health and the reciprocal interaction between the oral microbiota and central nervous system (CNS). This bidirectional axis provides potential targetable molecular, cellular and behavioral interventions that might contribute to the prevention of precipitation, reactivation, exacerbation, and progression of mental health disorders, to be investigated in controlled experimental and clinical models.
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- Oral microbiome composition, but not diversity, is associated with adolescent anxiety and depression symptoms.
- Authors: Simpson CA, Adler C, du Plessis MR, Landau ER, Dashper SG, Reynolds EC, Schwartz OS, Simmons JG
- Issue date: 2020 Nov 1
- The Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis in Mental Health and Medication Response: Parsing Directionality and Causality.
- Authors: Bastiaanssen TFS, Cryan JF
- Issue date: 2021 Mar 17
- Oral-Gut-Brain Axis in Experimental Models of Periodontitis: Associating Gut Dysbiosis With Neurodegenerative Diseases.
- Authors: Sansores-España LD, Melgar-Rodríguez S, Olivares-Sagredo K, Cafferata EA, Martínez-Aguilar VM, Vernal R, Paula-Lima AC, Díaz-Zúñiga J
- Issue date: 2021
- Microbes and mental health: A review.
- Authors: Rieder R, Wisniewski PJ, Alderman BL, Campbell SC
- Issue date: 2017 Nov
- Longitudinal Multi-omics and Microbiome Meta-analysis Identify an Asymptomatic Gingival State That Links Gingivitis, Periodontitis, and Aging.
- Authors: Huang S, He T, Yue F, Xu X, Wang L, Zhu P, Teng F, Sun Z, Liu X, Jing G, Su X, Jin L, Liu J, Xu J
- Issue date: 2021 Mar 9