Apr. 24, 2013 — A first-ever vaccine created by University of Guelph researchers for gut bacteria common in autistic children may also help control some autism symptoms.
They developed a carbohydrate-based vaccine against the gut bug Clostridium bolteae.
C. bolteae is known to play a role in gastrointestinal
disorders, and it often shows up in higher numbers in the GI tracts of
autistic children than in those of healthy kids.
More than 90 per cent of children with autism spectrum disorders suffer
from chronic, severe gastrointestinal symptoms. Of those, about 75 per
cent suffer from diarrhea, according to current literature. "This is the first vaccine designed to control constipation and diarrhea caused by C. bolteae and perhaps control autism-related symptoms associated with this microbe READ MORE
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