Type of injury matters, when healing the small intestine

20:00 EDT 20 Mar 2018 | Science Blog

New insights into how the small intestine, one of the fastest renewing tissues in the human body, repairs itself are prompting the re-evaluation of the healing process. In her lab at Baylor College of Medicine, Dr. Mary Estes and colleagues are particularly interested in the healing of intestinal injuries caused by rotavirus infection. Their findings […]

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