Microbiome

The microbial flora (from the ancient Greek μικρός (mikrós) "small" and βίος (bíos) "life") is usually a community of microorganisms that live together in a particular habitat. It was a characteristic microbial community with a variety of physicochemical properties that occupies a reasonably well-defined habitat. Therefore, the term not only refers to the microorganisms involved, but also includes their areas of activity increase.

The microbiome is composed of useful and potentially harmful microorganisms. Most are symbiotic (both the human body and the microbiota benefit) and some are pathogenic (favorable diseases). In a healthy body, pathogens and symbiotic bacteria coexist without problems.

Related Associations and Societies

Swiss Society for Infectious Disease, German Society of Hygiene and Microbiology¸ Italian Society for Microbiology¸ Spanish Society for Microbiology ¸Swedish Society for Microbiology ¸Viruses: National Multiple Sclerosis Society¸ Infectious Diseases Society of America.

 

 

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