volume 319, issue 5, PG589-G608 2020
DOI: 10.1152/ajpgi.00245.2020
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Abstract: Altered intestinal permeability plays a role in many pathologic conditions. Intestinal permeability is a component of the intestinal barrier. This barrier is a dynamic interface between the body and the food and pathogens that enter the gastrointestinal tract. Therefore, dietary components can directly affect this interface, and many metabolites produced by the host enzymes or the gut microbiota can act as signaling molecules or exert direct effects on this barrier. Our aim was to examine the effects of diet …

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