“Blood has always been considered free from microbes, because bacteria don’t grow when it is put in a culture dish. But recent DNA sequencing methods reveal that each millilitre of blood in fact contains around 1000 bacterial cells..

These bacteria are usually dormant. But they can be revived when iron becomes available in the blood, and….. stimulate inflammation. Further research could open up several new approaches for tackling them, from removing dormant microbes from our blood, to blocking the inflammatory proteins that they shed.”

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September 2016