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Some additional considerations on: “Finding the sweet spot: glycosylation mediated regulation of intestinal inflammation”

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Monaghan, T.M., Kao, D. & Lauc, G. Some additional considerations on: “Finding the sweet spot: glycosylation mediated regulation of intestinal inflammation”. Mucosal Immunol 15, 525 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41385-022-00512-z

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