New Inflammatory Bowel Disease Research Reveals Biofilm Product as Possible New Therapy

New Inflammatory Bowel Disease Research Reveals Biofilm Product as Possible New Therapy
A new study conducted in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine (LKSOM) revealed that the naturally produced protein curli has anti-inflammatory effects in mice models of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). The research paper, entitled “Biofilm-associated bacterial amyloids dampen inflammation in the gut: oral treatment with curli fibres reduces

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One comment

  1. Kim Buhler says:

    I filled out a request for the study but was not selected. My son has a loop olio stony because his Crohns was so bad. He’s on stalera having failed other treatments. My other son is in total remission from a similar diagnosis having left all drug therapies. I really feel the key is gut bacteria. I wish there was a way to get him to try Curli and not have his colon removed.

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