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ComPPARtmentalizing NF-κB in the gut

Nature Immunologyvolume 5pages1416 (2004) | Download Citation

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How do commensal gut bacteria coexist with the host without causing uncontrolled inflammation? The answer may lie in the induction of the association of PPAR-γ with NF-κB.

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    • Amer A Beg

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