Lee KA(1), Lee WJ. Drosophila as a model for intestinal dysbiosis and chronic inflammatory diseases. Dev Comp Immunol. 2014 Jan;42(1):102-10. PubMed ID 23685204
From the abstract: "The association between deregulated intestinal microbial consortia and host diseases has been recognized since the birth of microbiology over a century ago. Intestinal dysbiosis refers to a state where living metazoans harbor harmful intestinal microflora. However, there is still an issue of whether causality arises from the host or the microbe because it is unclear whether deregulation of the gut microbiota community is the consequence or cause of the host disease. Recent studies using Drosophila and its simple microbiota have provided a valuable model system for dissecting the molecular mechanisms of intestinal dysbiosis. In this review, we examine recent exciting observations in Drosophila gut-microbiota interactions ..."