Understanding Neuroimmune Interactions in Disorders of Gut–Brain Interaction: From Functional to Immune-Mediated Disorders

Investigators detail how the interaction between immune activation and an impaired barrier function of the gut is most likely a bidirectional one with alterations in the microbiota, psychological stress, and food components as upstream players in the pathophysiology of gut-brain interaction disorders.
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