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Preliminary results indicate that a response by DETC in'areas immediately surrounding the wound can be detected. Changes in morphology and cell distribution are accompanied by localized secretion of cytokines. Further studies are in progress to determine the extent to which these cells participate in wound repair. 2. Inflammatory Bowel Disease. 35 . The immune system has been implicated in IBD and many patients can be treated with broadly immunosuppressive drugs with some success. However, long-term immunosuppression is associated with toxic side effects.
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