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Helicobacter hepaticus polysaccharide induces an anti-inflammatory response in intestinal macrophages

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A high density of microbes inhabits the intestine, helping with food digestion, vitamin synthesis, xenobiotic detoxification, pathogen resistance and immune system maturation. Crucial for human health, communities of commensal bacteria (collectively termed microbiota) benefit in return from a nutrient-rich environment. Host-microbiota mutualism results from a long-term co-adaptation. At barrier surfaces, immune cells distinguish harmful from commensal bacteria and tolerate non-self organisms ...

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Peer reviewed
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10.15698/mic2018.04.626

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
Medical Sciences Division
Department:
NDORMS
Subgroup:
KIR
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
Medical Sciences Division
Department:
NDORMS
Subgroup:
KIR
Oxford college:
Wadham College
Fondation Louis Jeantet More from this funder
Publisher:
Shared Science Publishers Publisher's website
Journal:
Microbial Cell Journal website
Volume:
5
Issue:
4
Pages:
208 - 211
Publication date:
2018-03-22
Acceptance date:
2018-02-27
DOI:
EISSN:
2311-2638
Pubs id:
pubs:834069
URN:
uri:1c5b17e9-ffd5-4d97-9bfe-b722c3b74066
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uuid:1c5b17e9-ffd5-4d97-9bfe-b722c3b74066
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pubs:834069

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