Gut Microbiome and Behavior, the latest volume in the International Review of Neurobiology series, provides a comprehensive overview of the gut microbiome on the brain and behavior, fully encapsulating the latest research in the field and defining the scope of this influence to outline potential mechanisms and possible implications.
- Contains the expertise of contributors in the field who discuss the gut microbiome and its effect on the brain and behavior
- Defines the scope of the influence of the gut microbiome and the potential mechanisms and implications
- Charts the way forward in this frontier area of research
1.Role of the Intestinal Microbiota in Host Responses to Stressor Exposure A.R. Mackos, V.A. Varaljay, R. Maltz, T.L. Gur and M.T. Bailey 2.The Influence of Prebiotics on Neurobiology and Behaviour A.C.C. Kao, S. Harty and P.W.J. Burnet 3.Gut Microbiome and Behaviour: Focus on Neuroimmune Interactions J.A. Foster 4.Neuropeptides, Microbiota and Behaviour P. Holzer 5.Microbes and Oxytocin: Benefits for Host Physiology and Behaviour S.E. Erdman and T. Poutahidis 6.Intestinal Barrier and Behaviour M. Julio-Pieper and J.A. Bravo 7.Toxoplasma Gondii-A Gastrointestinal Pathogen Associated with Human Brain Diseases E.G. Severance, J. Xiao, L. Jones-Brando, S. Sabunciyan, Y. Li, M. Pletnikov, E. Prandovszky and R. Yolken 8.Exercise and Prebiotics Produce Stress Resistance: Converging Impacts on Stress-Protective and Butyrate-Producing Gut Bacteria A. Mika, N. Rumian, A.B. Loughridge and M. Fleshner 9.Circadian Rhythm and the Gut Microbiome R.M. Voigt, C.B. Forsyth, S.J. Green, P.A. Engen and A. Keshavarzian 10.Sleep and Microbes J.M. Krueger and M.R. Opp 11.Cognitive Function and the Microbiome M. Gareau