Bifidobacterium dentium-derived y-glutamylcysteine suppresses ER-mediated goblet cell stress and reduces TNBS-driven colonic inflammation

Melinda A. Engevik, Beatrice Herrmann, Wenly Ruan, Amy C. Engevik, Kristen A. Engevik, Faith Ihekweazu, Zhongcheng Shi, Berkley Luck, Alexandra L. Chang-Graham, Magdalena Esparza, Susan Venable, Thomas D. Horvath, Sigmund J. Haidacher, Kathleen M. Hoch, Anthony M. Haag, Deborah A. Schady, Joseph M. Hyser, Jennifer K. Spinler, James Versalovic

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