Colon Tumorigenesis is Promoted by Inflammation in Claudin-1 Over-Expressing Mice

Colon Tumorigenesis is Promoted by Inflammation in Claudin-1 Over-Expressing Mice
As are many diseases, colon cancer is thought to be linked to inflammation, and a group from Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee, found that inflammation plays a role in colon carcinogenesis as a result of a specific gastrointestinal pathology. The findings, published in Molecular Cancer, led to a better understanding of dysregulated signaling mechanisms

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