Immune System, Nerve Cells Jointly Work to Fight Gut Infections, Suggesting New IBD Treatment Strategies

Immune System, Nerve Cells Jointly Work to Fight Gut Infections, Suggesting New IBD Treatment Strategies
Nerve cells in the gut work with the immune system to fight infections, suggesting potential therapeutic avenues for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), say researchers at New York’s Weill Cornell Medicine. Their study, “The neuropeptide neuromedin U stimulates innate lymphoid cells and type 2 inflammation,” appeared in the journal Nature. It shows that both the immune system and

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