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Published in Gastroenterology

Journal Scan / Research · August 26, 2021

Anti-Microbial Antibody Response Predicts Onset of Crohn's Disease



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Anti-Microbial Antibody Response Is Associated With Future Onset of Crohn's Disease Independent of Biomarkers of Altered Gut Barrier Function, Subclinical Inflammation, and Genetic Risk
Gastroenterology 2021 Jul 19;[EPub Ahead of Print], SH Lee, W Turpin, O Espin-Garcia, JA Raygoza Garay, MI Smith, H Leibovitzh, A Goethel, D Turner, D Mack, C Deslandres, M Cino, G Aumais, R Panaccione, K Jacobson, A Bitton, AH Steinhart, HQ Huynh, F Princen, P Moayyedi, AM Griffiths, MS Silverberg, AD Paterson, W Xu, K Croitoru

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