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Study shows how innate lymphoid cells may help to treat inflammatory bowel disease

Study shows how innate lymphoid cells may help to treat inflammatory bowel disease

Antibodies play a major role in managing gut mycobiota, says study

Antibodies play a major role in managing gut mycobiota, says study

Enteric glial cells play a major role in gut immunity, says new study

Enteric glial cells play a major role in gut immunity, says new study

New consortium of bacteria can be used to treat aggressive colitis in humanized mouse models

New consortium of bacteria can be used to treat aggressive colitis in humanized mouse models

High-fat, high-sugar diet reduces intestinal immune cell activity in mice

High-fat, high-sugar diet reduces intestinal immune cell activity in mice

New genetic associations predict susceptibility to Takayasu arteritis

New genetic associations predict susceptibility to Takayasu arteritis

Specific cellular pathways in the fetal gut may reactivate Crohn’s Disease

Specific cellular pathways in the fetal gut may reactivate Crohn’s Disease

Researchers identify protein that causes adverse side effects in gastric cancer patients

Researchers identify protein that causes adverse side effects in gastric cancer patients

Researchers identify key molecule that repairs the gut lining

Researchers identify key molecule that repairs the gut lining

Newly synthesized peptides show promise for treating gastrointestinal disorders

Newly synthesized peptides show promise for treating gastrointestinal disorders

Organoids reveal inflammatory processes that play a role in infectious diseases

Organoids reveal inflammatory processes that play a role in infectious diseases

Do Chemical Pollutants Increase the Risk of Celiac Disease?

Do Chemical Pollutants Increase the Risk of Celiac Disease?

New tool shows how microbes influence health and promote diseases

New tool shows how microbes influence health and promote diseases

Junk food consumed by U.S. adults is associated with inflammatory bowel disease

Junk food consumed by U.S. adults is associated with inflammatory bowel disease