In the brain cells of healthy people, probably bacteria live. This was clearly put on time at the annual Congress of the Society of Neurologists in the United States, where high-resolution images were recorded under a microscope.
"Thanks to the photos taken under an electronic microscope, scientists have discovered that in astrocytes – cells that help neurons, as well as neurons, there are bacteria that occur in the intestines.
Bacteria are found in the brain, and healthy people and patients with schizophrenia. So far, it is not clear what role micro-organisms play – positive, negative or neutral, says ABC. The study was led by Rosalinda Roberts, Courtney Valker and Charlin Farmer from the University of Alabama.
The study's chief emphasized that preliminary conclusions are and that it is possible to transfer bacteria into samples in the preparation of tissue for analysis. However, if the results are confirmed, the discovery may show a close relationship between microorganisms and the brain.
It is believed that the brain is protected by a hematoencephalic barrier that prevents substances and cells from other parts of the body.
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