Signaling from Nervous System Helped Control Inflammatory Response in IBD, Mouse Study Shows

Signaling from Nervous System Helped Control Inflammatory Response in IBD, Mouse Study Shows
Signaling from the nervous system through the β2-adrenergic receptor can help control the type of inflammation that characterizes inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), a new mouse study shows. These findings suggest that new therapies targeting the same pathway as the nervous system may help control inflammation in IBD. The study, “β2-adrenergic receptor–mediated negative regulation of group 2 innate lymphoid cell responses,” was published in the journal Science. Diseases that are characterized by inflammation, such as IBD, tend to exh
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