Cd14 Gene Protects Mice Against Bowel Disease and Reduces Inflammation, Study Shows

Cd14 Gene Protects Mice Against Bowel Disease and Reduces Inflammation, Study Shows
The Cd14 gene protected mice against inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) by bolstering their intestinal barrier against harmful micro-organisms and reducing their gut inflammation, according to a study. Increasing the gene’s expression may be a way to treat IBD, the researchers added. Expression is the process by which information from a gene is used to create a functional product

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