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ISSN: 2637-4706

Drug Designing & Intellectual Properties International Journal

Review Article(ISSN: 2637-4706)

Gut Micro biome, Multiple Sclerosis, and Cancer

Volume 1 - Issue 3

Robert Skopec*

Received: April 29, 2018;   Published: May 04, 2018

DOI: 10.32474/DDIPIJ.2018.01.000113

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Abstract

Thanks to their influence on the owner’s gut micro biome, dogs may be beneficial in reducing cardiovascular, diabetes, multiple sclerosis and cancer risk by providing a non-human form of social support and increasing physical activity. Ownership of hunting dog breeds was associated with a decreased risk of CVD, and ownership of all purebred breeds was associated with lower risk of all-cause mortality. Dog ownership has also been associated with elevated parasympathetic and diminished sympathetic nervous system activity, lower reactivity to stress, and faster recovery of blood pressure following stressful activity. We provide evidence that supports epsilon toxin’s ability to cause BBB permeability and show that epsilon toxin kills the brain’s myelin producing cells, oligodendrocytes; the same cells die in multiple sclerosis (MS) lesions. A new study has identified how the environment surrounding a tumor can stimulate metastatic behavior in the individual cancer cells. Researchers found that the tumor cells activate a particular set of genes and begin form blood vessel-like structure when they are confined in densely packed environment

Keywords: Gut Micro Biome; Dog Ownership; Multiple Sclerosis; Cancer; Dyslipidemia; Hypertension and Diabetes; Reduced CVD Risk; Mortality; UCSF: University of California, San Francisco;

Abbrevations: MS: Multiple Sclerosis; CVD: Cardiovascular Disease; BBB: Blood Brain Barrier; UCSD: University of California San Diego; CINP: Collagen-Induced Network Phenotype

Abstract| Introductiom| Bacterial Toxin a Potential Triggers Multiple Sclerosis| Gut Bacteria May Cause Multiple Sclerosis| Specific Tumor Environments Stimulates Cancer Cells to Metastasize| Acknowledgement| Refernces|

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