Gut microbiome-dependent stratification of patients for anti-diabetic treatment

Dysbosis of intestinal microbiota could contribute to the pathogenesis of Type 2 Diabetes. It is yet to be known whether intestinal flora could be related to differential responds to antidiabetic therapies. This study, herein for the first time, metagenomic sequenced fecal samples from a randomized clinical trial on new onset untreated Type 2 Diabetes patients applied two treatment arms, Acarbose and Glipizide (Sulfonylurea) and analyzed the differential responses of intestinal flora in different groups. Results...
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