Logistics University of People's Armed Police Force, Tianjin 300309, China
The study systematically evaluated the differential changes of microbiota between Han and Tibetan people on the Tibet Plateau. Subjects had accepted systematically medical test, IBS patients were diagnosed. Race, migration, genetic background, eating habits, living environment and altitude play important roles in shaping intestinal microbial population (16, 17). Hypobaric hypoxia environment is easy to induce intestinal inflammatory reaction and changes of flora (18). The human gut microbiota is closely related to the immunological, hormonal, and Metabolic homeostasis of human beings as well as various diseases and specific environmental adaptations. Moreover, the gut microbiota is an important indicator of human adaptation to the environment. We compared the changes of intestinal flora between IBS patients at high altitude and healthy people at high altitude.
microbiota, IBS, the changes of intestinal flora, high altitude
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