Said Monika Fleshner.

.’This is the first evidence that the gut microorganisms play a role in innate immunological stress responses, ‘said Monika Fleshner, Professor of Integrative Physiology at the University of Colorado ,, Boulder ‘The study shows the dynamic interactions between multiple physiological systems including the intestinal flora and the immune system. ‘.

‘This suggests that not only stress change the bacteria levels in the intestine, that these changes that these changes can in turn affect our immune system ‘.. Exposure changes in the composition stress led to changes in the composition, diversity and number of gut microorganisms, according to scientists at Ohio State University. The bacterial communities in the intestine became less diverse, and had a larger number of potentially harmful bacteria, such as Clostridium. – ‘These changes profound effects on physiological function,’explains Dr. ‘If we reduced the number of bacteria in the gut with antibiotics, we found that some of the effects of stress were the immune system the immune system,’he added.Novartis had been entered negotiations at the unanimous call the Aventis Supervisory Board as an alternative to hostile bid for Aventis Sanofi.