Genetic Variants in Patients with Crohn's Disease Prevent 'Good' Gut Bacteria From Working

A major type of inflammatory bowel disease may be caused in part by genetic variants that prevent beneficial bacteria in the gut from doing their job, according to a new study published today in the journal Science. The study from several research institutions, including Cedars-Sinai, uncovered the protective role some bacteria can play in disease management.

May 5, 2016  |  Read Full Story

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