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Immune Signaling Failure May Cause Crohn's Disease

News   Apr 08, 2021 | Original story from Scripps Research

 
Immune Signaling Failure May Cause Crohn's Disease

Scripps Research immunologist Mark Sundrud, PhD, finds a new direction for Crohn's disease research lies in the interplay between bile acids and T cells in the small intestine. Credit: Scott Wiseman for Scripps Research.

 
 
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