Study Explores Unclear Contribution of Gut Bacteria to Inflammation in Human Microbiota-Associated Mice

Study Explores Unclear Contribution of Gut Bacteria to Inflammation in Human Microbiota-Associated Mice
A new study published in the journal Gut Pathogens revealed that human microbiota-associated mice (HMA mice) — colonized with microbes from patients suffering from ulcerative colitis (UC) — did not develop spontaneous colitis, but might be more susceptible to developing disease. The study, entitled “Development of gut inflammation in mice colonized with mucosa-associated bacteria from patients with ulcerative colitis,“ is

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