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Something Chronic: How a Gut Infection May Lead to IBS

News   Jan 13, 2020 | Original story from the Rockefeller University

 
Something Chronic: How a Gut Infection May Lead to IBS

Along the edge of the small intestine, neurons (green) appear in close proximity to the inflammatory molecule Nlrp6 (pink). Credit: Laboratory of Mucosal Immunology

 
 
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