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 21102 - Bugs to the Brain: Addressing the Bacterial Translocation and Systemic Complications of LPS-induced Intestinal Permeability $18.00   
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Presenter: Thomas O’Bryan, DC, CCN

Lipopolysaccharide (LPS), the primary component of endotoxin, is a cell-wall remnant of Gramnegative bacteria and can enter systemic circulation through the gut wall if barrier function is impaired. LPS has been directly associated with the following diverse conditions: Congestive Heart Failure, Schizophrenia, Chronic Fatigue, Organ Failure after successfully resuscitated MI patients, Intestinal Oxidative Stress producing Lewy bodies in Parkinson’s Disease, Major Depressive Disorder and others. Normalization of the increased translocation of endotoxin is accompanied by a reduction or remission of the above conditions.


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