Regulation of Tight Junction Permeability by Intestinal Bacteria and Dietary Components

Regulation of Tight Junction Permeability by Intestinal Bacteria and Dietary Components

Mutations in the very low-density lipoprotein receptor VLDLR cause cerebellar hypoplasia and quadrupedal locomotion in humans

Malaria risk and temperature: Influences from global climate change and local land use practices

Extracellular cysteine/cystine redox regulates the p44/p42 MAPK pathway by metalloproteinase-dependent epidermal growth factor receptor sign...

Extracellular cysteine/cystine redox regulates the MAPK pathway by metalloproteinase-dependent epidermal growth factor receptor sign.

Leaky Gut is Benchmark of Autoimmunity.  Study: “Changes in intestinal tight junction permeability associated with industrial food additives explain the rising incidence of autoimmune disease.” 7 food additives:  These additives are; sugar, salt, emulsifiers, organic solvents, gluten, microbial transglutaminase, and nanoparticles.

New Study: Food Additives Weaken Tight Junctions and Contribute to Leaky Gut post image

Tight junction

Tight junction

Development of a Quenchbody for the Detection and Imaging of the Cancer-Related Tight-Junction-Associated Membrane Protein Claudin

Development of a Quenchbody for the Detection and Imaging of the Cancer-Related Tight-Junction-Associated Membrane Protein Claudin

GCC agonists as ulcerative colitis therapeutics.Notes: In ulcerative colitis, abnormal immune responses and colonic inflammation reflect inappropriate luminal antigen exposure for disruption of the mucosal barrier integrity (left panel). Pathogenetic mechanisms underlying loss of intestinal barrier function, in turn, include mutually reinforcing processes of cell lineage imbalance, defective mucus layer, tight junction disassembly and epithelial cell hyper-permeability (left panel)…

Figure 4 GCC agonists as ulcerative colitis therapeutics. Abbreviation: GCC, guanylyl cyclase C.

Glyphosate Dissolving Tight Junctions - Compelling research discussed in Jeffrey Smith's interview with Dr. Zach Bush highlights how glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, and gluten promote gaps in the walls of the intestines which can be the precursor to chronic inflammation:

This video shows glyphosate placed on small intestine cells in the lab at 10 parts per million (ppm) degrading the tight junctions cells of the gut barrier o.

Video: Glyphosate Dissolving Tight Junctions on left; on right side, Restore added in with exposure to Glyphosate, showing tight junctions being maintained

Glyphosate, Restore, and Tight Junction Function Healing with Restore!

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