Slipping the barrier: how variants in CARD 15 could alter permeability of the intestinal wall and population health

Schreiber, S.
March 2006
Gut;Mar2006, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p308
Academic Journal
The increased intestinal permeability in Crohn's disease is associated with the presence of variants in the CARD15 gene that are regarded as causative for Crohn's disease, suggesting a genetic rather than an environmental background for intestinal Barrier dysfunction in Crohn's disease.


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