Intestinal Microbiology

Intestinal Microbiology: The microflora of the human gastrointestinal tract is so extensive and integral to the proper functioning of the digestive system that it has been characterized as an additional organ of the human body. It is estimated that the microfloral community consists of 500 -1000 distinct species of bacteria in a single person; collectively, their population is 10 times the number of their host’s body cells. The microflora of the intestinal microenvironment as a unit has important protective, metabolic, and trophic functions. Resident bacteria serve a central line of resistance to colonization by exogenous microbes and thus assist in preventing the potential invasion of the intestinal mucosa by an incoming pathogen.

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