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Connections between the mitochondria, intestinal microbiota, immune function and inflammasomes
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Connections between the mitochondria, intestinal microbiota, immune function and inflammasomes

Connections between the mitochondria, intestinal microbiota, immune function and inflammasomes

Published: 2015-07-01
File Size: 716 KB
Author: BioCeuticals
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The links between inflammatory conditions with immune dysregulation, oxidative stress and dysbiosis are becoming more evident. A new factor in this research is a cell signaling platform called NRPL3 inflammasome.

Increased knowledge of this cellular “molecular switch” reveals simple yet powerful and strategic therapies to modulate the immune system, support mitochondrial function and mediate microbiota and intestinal epithelial health.


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