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e. Coli Ompc-specific T Cells Clones from Crohn’s Patients Express Diminished il-10 and il-2

Wednesday, June 14
6:15 PM - 7:45 PM

Background: Crohn's disease (CD) may be an inappropriate immune reaction to normally well-tolerated intestinal bacterial antigens. Indeed, many CD patients possess abnormally high titers of antibodies specific for intestinal bacterial proteins, such as the outer membrane porin C (OmpC) of E. coli.

Amiko Uchida

University of Washington, Department of Medicine

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    Elisa Boden

    Virginia Mason Medical Center, Division of Gastroenterology

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      Donna Shows

      Benaroya Research Institute, Translational Research Program

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        Benaroya Research Institute

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          Research Assistant Member
          Benaroya Research Institute, Translational Research Program

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