When the Gut Gets Tough, the Enterocytes Get Going

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Abstract

It is assumed that collateral damage from the immune system drives intestinal epithelial cell (IEC) expulsion during enteric infections. In this issue of Immunity, Zhai et al. (2018) describe how Drosophila’s canonical immune deficiency (Imd) pathway programs IEC delamination in the gut.

It is assumed that collateral damage from the immune system drives intestinal epithelial cell (IEC) expulsion during enteric infections. In this issue of Immunity, Zhai et al. (2018) describe how Drosophila’s canonical immune deficiency (Imd) pathway programs IEC delamination in the gut.

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