Mechanisms of malabsorption in the "Contaminated Small-Bowel syndrome".

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The mucosa of the upper small intestine in humans is repeatedly exposed to potentially harmful environmental influences: infective, toxic and antigenic. One of the most significant manifestations of the control over environmental risks is how the upper intestinal milieu is kept relatively sterile and pathogen-free despite constant exposure to a potentially… (More)

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