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COULD BLOCKING THESE IMMUNE CELLS AID WEIGHT LOSS?
Scientists have uncovered a mechanism in a group of immune cells in the gut that can sway nutrient metabolism to favor fat storage over energy use. The finding may help explain why some people remain slim despite having eating habits that cause others to gain weight. The mechanism works when intraepithelial T cells, which are a type of immune cell that resides in the lining of the small intestine, have an active gene for the protein integrin beta 7. CATHARINE PADDOCK READ MORE