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Microbial Metabolite of Berries Shows Anti-inflammatory Properties

News   Jan 10, 2019 | Original Story by Betty Coffman for the University of Louisville.

 
Microbial Metabolite of Berries Shows Anti-inflammatory Properties

Illustration showing tightening of gut barrier cells and reduced inflammation due to UroA. Credit: Praveen Kumar Vemula, Ph.D., Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine, India, and Venkatakrishna Jala, Ph.D., UofL.

 
 
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