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Wizard Of Oz Baby-Doll Tee

Wizard Of Oz Baby-Doll Tee Short sleeved tee. Bought in the early 2000's so it's in the baseball shirt style. Fits more like medium/ tight fitted large. Sleeves are beginning to unravel (see pic) but it's really not noticeable. Great for a Wizard of Oz fan! Ripple Junction Tops

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.

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Leaky gut is a suspected culprit for many health conditions, ranging from troublesome tummies to autoimmune disease! Discover what essential oils Dr. Eric Z suggests to help.

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Incredible Photos of Tiny Animal Body Parts

Mouse inner ear | Courtesy of Alexander Gow and Cherie Southwood : Wayne State University/Department of Genetics

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

Research and leaders in the field of Hashimoto’s theorize that gluten is on many occasions part of the original causes of Hashimoto’s due to its molecular similarity with the Thyroid gland. Once the gluten molecules enter through the tight junctions in the gut and trigger an immune reaction, the immune system then looks through-out the body for other possible molecules which are similar – one of which is the Thyroid gland.

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The intestinal lining is one of the immune system’s defence line against infections, toxins that are introduced through food and drink. Normally, the intestinal epithelial cells sit together closely, joined by tight junctions that form a barrier to prevent unwanted substances from passing through into the bloodstream. The intestinal barrier can become damaged from a variety of factors. Here are 10 Tips for Healing Leaky Gut.

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T cell recognition of cancer. In this scanning electron micrograph, a tumor-specific CD8+ killer T cell is shown in the act of recognizing a tumor cell expressing the cognate tumor antigen (arrow). Multiple other T cells not specific for any tumor antigens ignore the tumor cell. Tumor antigen recognition first involves generation of a tight junction with the tumor cell after which perforin is released to create pores in the tumor target. Granzymes released by the killer T cell can enter the…

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