Referenser till artiklarna i nr 2 2017, Mikrobiomet

Därför bör du enbart äta vildfångad lax från rena vatten, Pia Andrea, skribent

Bakterier är våra vänner, Nina Törmark, journalist
1. Studie om byggnader och inomhusmiljö:
2. Studie möss

Att leva i symbios med våra bakterier, Annika Gustafsson, boende på landet
1.WHO and Secretariat on the Convention on Biological Diversity and Human Health (2015)
2.Hanski, I. Environmental biodiversity, human microbiota and allergy are interrelated. (2012)
3.Brevik, E.C & Sauer, T.J .The past, the present and future of soils and human healh studies (2015)
4.Kay, A.B. Allergy and Allergic diseases with a view to the future (2000)
5.Matricardi, P.M. & Bonini, S. High microbial turnover rate preventing atopy: a solution to inconsistencies impinging on the hygiene hypothesis? (2000)
6.Rook, G.A.W. 99th Dahlem conference on infection, inflammation and cronic inflammatory disorders: Darwinian medicine and the 'hygiene' or 'old friends' hypothesis. (2010)
7.Haahtela, T. The Finnish Allery Programme 2008-2018, Scientific rationale and practical implementation (2012)
8.Ruokolainen, L. Green areas around homes reduce atopic sensitization in children (2015)
9.American Society of Microbiology (2010)
10.Sampson, T.R. Microbiota regulate motor deficits in neuroinflammation in a model of Parkinson's disease (2016)
11.Fitzmaurice, A.R. Neurology (2013)
12.Rundgren, G. Vertikala odlingar – inget ljus i tunneln (2017), Regeringens strategiska samverkansprogram (2016)
14.Johansson-Stenman, O. De rika är miljöbovar (2007)
15.Olsén, B. Den här maten skulle jag aldrig köpa (2016)
16.Ling, L.L. A new antibiotic kills pathogens without detectable resistance (2015) 17.Wall, D.H. Give soils their due (2015)
18.Costa, R.S. Interaction between nematodes and their microbial enemies in coastal sand dunes (2012)
19.Ferris, H. Diversity and complexity complement apparent competition: nematode assemblages in banana plantations (2012)
20.Sánchez-Moreno, S. & Ferris, H. Supressive service of the soil food web: effects of environmental management (2007)
21.Penton, C.R. Fungal community structure in disease suppressive soils assessed by 28S LSV gene sequencing (2014)
22.Weller, D.M. & Raaijmakers, J.M. Microbial populations responsible for specific soil suppressiveness to plant pathogenes (2002)
22.Niklasson Bakterier behöver oss, därför finns vi (2013)
23.Hilimire, R.M & Forestell, C. Fermented foods neuroticism and social anxiety: an interaction model (2015)

Ändra din kost, ändra din mikrobiota, Sofia Dahlgren, certifierad näringsterapeut och medicinsk kock
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4. Eamonn M. M. Quigley. (2013). Gut Bacteria in Health and Disease. Available: Last accessed 10.12.16.
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8. Hyman, M. (2016). How to Fix Your Gut Bacteria and Lose Weight. Available: Last accessed 10.12.16.
9. Fallon, S (2001). Nourishing traditions. Washington: NewTrends. 89-91.

Kan traditionellt tillverkad ost förbättra tarmfloran?, Tim Spector, professor i genetik
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2. The Nature Box. Cheese mites (Acarus siro) forming the rind of a mimolette cheese.
3. David LA, Maurice CF, Carmody RN, et al. Diet rapidly and reproducibly alters the human gut microbiome. Nature. 2014 Jan 23;505(7484):559-63.