Data from: Changes in the bacterial microbiota in gut, blood, and lungs following acute LPS instillation into mice lungs

Marc A. Sze, Masashi Tsuruta, Shun-Wei Julia Yang, Yeni Oh, S. F. Paul Man, James C. Hogg & Don D. Sin
Introduction: Previous reports have shown that the gastrointestinal (GI) bacterial microbiota can have profound effects on the lungs, which has been described as the “gut-lung axis”. However, whether a “lung-gut” axis exists wherein acute lung inflammation perturbs the gut and blood microbiota is unknown. Methods: Adult C57/Bl6 mice were exposed to one dose of LPS or PBS instillation (n = 3 for each group) directly into lungs. Bacterial microbiota of the bronchoalveolar lavage fluid, blood,...
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