Novel effects of the prototype translocating Escherichia coli, strain C25 on intestinal epithelial structure and barrier function.

@article{Zareie2005NovelEO,
  title={Novel effects of the prototype translocating Escherichia coli, strain C25 on intestinal epithelial structure and barrier function.},
  author={Mehri Zareie and Jason D Riff and Kevin A. Donato and D M McKay and Mary H. Perdue and Johan D. Soderholm and Mohamed Karmali and Mitchell B. Cohen and Jennifer Hawkins and Philip M. Sherman},
  journal={Cellular microbiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={7 12},
  pages={1782-97}
}
Intestinal bacteria play an etiologic role in triggering and perpetuating chronic inflammatory bowel disorders. However, the precise mechanisms whereby the gut microflora influences intestinal cell function remain undefined. Therefore, the effects of the non-pathogenic prototype translocating Escherichia coli, strain C25 on the barrier properties of human T84 and Madine-Darby canine kidney type 1 epithelial cells were examined. T-84 cells were also infected with commensal E. coil, strains F18… CONTINUE READING

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