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A Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) research team has found how a variant in an important epigenetic enzyme—previously associated by population-based genetic studies with Crohn's disease and other immune disorders—interferes with the action of the innate immune system, potentially upsetting the healthy balance between the microbial population of the gastrointestinal tract and the immune response. In their paper published in Science Immunology the team reports findings that SP140—an epigenetic reader protein that plays a critical role in determining whether or not target genes are expressed—is essential to suppressing inappropriate gene expression in macrophages, innate immune cells that are critical to maintaining intestinal balance.

 

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