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UCLA: Peptides That Mimic 'Good Cholesterol' Reverse Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Mice
June 12, 2019
LOS ANGELES, California, June 12 [TNSmedicalresearch] -- The University of California's Los Angeles Campus (UCLA) issued the following news release:


Peptides that mimic the function of HDL cholesterol, which has been dubbed "good cholesterol," can treat the underlying inflammation associated with inflammatory bowel disease, or IBD, according to new research in mice. The same work revealed new details on how IBD can develop and what other types of drug . . .

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