Long-Distance Relationships – Regulation of Systemic Host Defense against Infections by the Gut Microbiota

Scientists review new insights into how commensal microbes that are spatially restricted to the gut lumen can engage in long-distance relationships with innate and adaptive immune cells at systemic sites to fortify host defenses against infections.
[Mucosal Immunology]

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