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Intestinal epithelial cells (IECs) constitute the primary barrier that enteric pathogens have to face to initiate infection within their host. It is known that a delicate balance is required to efficiently recognize pathogens and at the same time to not illicit an immune response against the commensal microbial flora. However, the mechanism by which innate immunity is regulated in IECs remains unclear. We recently uncovered that the cellular polarity of IECs confers these cells a unique strategy...
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