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  • Alban Gaultier, PhD, of the UVA School of Medicine, has found that the loss of Lactobacillus in the gut because of stress can induce depression symptoms. Restoring the Lactobacillus in mice reversed those symptoms.
    Dan Addison | University of Virginia
    Alban Gaultier, PhD, of the UVA School of Medicine, has found that the loss of Lactobacillus in the gut because of stress can induce depression symptoms. Restoring the Lactobacillus in mice reversed those symptoms.
  • UVA researchers Ioana Marin (from left), Jennifer Goertz and Alban Gaultier, PhD
    Josh Barney | UVA Health System
    UVA researchers Ioana Marin (from left), Jennifer Goertz and Alban Gaultier, PhD
  • Alban Gaultier, PhD, of the UVA School of Medicine, has found that the loss of Lactobacillus in the gut because of stress can induce depression symptoms. Restoring the Lactobacillus in mice reversed those symptoms.
    Dan Addison | University of Virginia
    Alban Gaultier, PhD, of the UVA School of Medicine, has found that the loss of Lactobacillus in the gut because of stress can induce depression symptoms. Restoring the Lactobacillus in mice reversed those symptoms.
  • Alban Gaultier, PhD, of the UVA School of Medicine, has found that the loss of Lactobacillus in the gut because of stress can induce depression symptoms. Restoring the Lactobacillus in mice reversed those symptoms.
    Dan Addison | University of Virginia
    Alban Gaultier, PhD, of the UVA School of Medicine, has found that the loss of Lactobacillus in the gut because of stress can induce depression symptoms. Restoring the Lactobacillus in mice reversed those symptoms.




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