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Intestinal mucosa



The lining of the intestines, thus the mucous membrane facing the intestinal lumen


The intestinal mucosa is comprised of three layers:

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... J Med 1999;107(5A):12S-19S. 3. Mielants H, De Vos M, Goemaere S, et al. Intestinal mucosal permeability in inflammatory rheumatic diseases. II. Role of disease. J Rheumatol 1991;18(3):394-400. ...

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... is a yeast-like fungal organism found in moderate amounts in the human intestinal tract. Under certain conditions Candida in the body can changes ... out destructive pathogens with a barrier over the surface of the mucosa, stimulating the human immune system to respond to certain infections, ...

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