Balance the body and mind
through gut microbiota transplantations

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Gut Microbiota Transplantation

It has become widely known that the balance of intestinal flora is closely related to our health and the development of disease.
In order to restore this balance, there are growing expectations for a therapeutic method of transplanting intestinal bacteria (flora) from healthy people. NanoGAS®-FMT, which utilizes nanobubble technology, has succeeded in effectively establishing the intestinal bacteria (plexus) of a healthy donor.

Choose NanoGAS®-FMT

This is a less burdensome transplantation method that does not use drugs or endoscopes. Safe stools managed by a donor bank dedicated to transplantation are purified using our proprietary technology.
From the medical examination to post-transplant follow-up, our trained affiliated medical institutions will propose a transplant plan tailored to each individual patient.
If you wish to have an intestinal bacteria transplant, please contact each medical institution directly.
( Click here for a list of medical institutions that can perform transplants )

Case Reports

Here are some testimonials from patients who underwent gut microbiota transplants at our affiliated medical institutions.

Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Other Initiatives

We developed a new intestinal transplantation method about 15 years ago, and since then we have performed transplants in various patients using this method under free medical care.
We started working on ASD in 2018 and propose a transplantation plan adapted to each ASD child and each individual’s condition, and with the consent of the parents, we are now working on the transplantation of children with ASD.


What is intestinal flora?

Intestinal flora is the ecosystem of bacteria living in the intestines. Research is beginning to show that the presence of intestinal bacteria is essential for people to live a healthy life.
If the diversity of intestinal flora is lost due to lifestyle or stress, or if the balance is too far from the general balance, it can cause various diseases.
Learn more about gut flora.

What is a gut microbiota transplant?

It is not easy to restore the gut flora to its original state once it has collapsed. In order to restore the balance of gut microbiota that have collapsed, there are growing expectations for a treatment method that involves transplanting gut microbiota from healthy people. (Scientific name: fecal microbiota transplantation, FMT)
Learn more about gut FMT

Is there any progress on intestinal flora transplant research around the world?

The earliest gut microbiota transplant is said to have been performed in China in the 4th century. In the West, research has been conducted since a 1958 report on pseudomembranous enteritis.
In 2014, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) positioned gut microbiota transplants as the treatment of first choice when multiple drugs are resistant to Clostridium difficile infection, and the effectiveness of these transplants is being medically proven. They have also shown favorable results against ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, and irritable bowel syndrome, and are being studied as a treatment for other diseases.

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