Microorganisms can exist not only in the intestines, but also in the human brain. Five-year research has been made available to colleagues from the Neuroscience Society in California, USA.
Experts explain that the conclusions are prepared in advance. They confirmed the existence of bacteria with a series of high resolution tissue images.
– The brain is a protected environment. If bacteria and viruses enter protective barriers, they can cause life-threatening inflammation. – It has been proven that some microbes of the intestinal tract may have indirect effects on the brain. The body's imbalance and change in "chemistry" change the human mood, sometimes lead to neurological diseases, and even cause Parkinson's disease.
According to a neuroanatologist, Professor Rozalind Roberts, of Alabama University, seeks to distinguish between brain tissue by the healthy people and people with schizophrenia. Samples will be removed within a few hours after the person dies.
Five years ago, laboratory scientists were able to test objects such as an unknown stick on the specimens using an electron microscope. The analysis confirmed that these were bacteria. Scientists checked the material and detected bacteria in all 34,000 brainstorms.
Most bacteria in the brain live in the intestine. These companies, proteobacteria and bacteroids. Scientists still do not know how the brain is affected. Maybe it was probably through the nose or the blood vessels.
Roberts insists that the conclusions are preliminary. Researchers now have to prove that microorganisms do not enter the brain after death.