Effect of proinflammatory interleukins on jejunal nutrient transport – (08-21-00)



Effect of proinflammatory interleukins on jejunal nutrient transport

This study indicates that, with systemic inflammation, more nutrients are absorbed. This would correspond well with the increased need for certain nutrients under times of stress. However, it would seem logical to extrapolate that, with prolonged inflammation, the intestines become too permeable and larger molecules can cross into the body that are not supposed to be there.

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