Gut bacteria may lead to new IBD treatment

06/1/2008 | Reuters

Harvard researchers are investigating whether a complex sugar molecule created naturally by bacteria in the human gut might be the basis of a new type of treatment for inflammatory bowel disease. In mice studies, the sugar molecule changed the body's immune response and reduced inflammation.

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