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  • Ten days after being treated with an intestine-damaging drug, the colons of mice inoculated with wild-type B. theta have largely recovered (top row). But the colons of mice inoculated with a B. theta strain lacking MAFF proteins still show signs of damage and intestinal inflammation (bottom row).
    Nakajima et al., 2018
    Ten days after being treated with an intestine-damaging drug, the colons of mice inoculated with wild-type B. theta have largely recovered (top row). But the colons of mice inoculated with a B. theta strain lacking MAFF proteins still show signs of damage and intestinal inflammation (bottom row).
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