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Chronic inflammation is associated with a release of mediators leading to a low‐grade inflammatory situation which can facilitate the progression of Cardiovascular Disease, Rheumatoid arthritis, and Intestinal Bowel disease, among others. 
Journal of Comparative Effectiveness ResearchVol. 8, No. 3 Publication of a retrospective, observational study on Gelatin tannate versus other antidiarrheal medication in children with acute gastroenteritis.
Nature Communications 6, Article number: 8292 (2015)   The overall composition of the mammalian intestinal microbiota varies between individuals: within each individual there are differences along the length of the intestinal tract related to host nutrition, intestinal motility and secretions.
J Cell Sci 2017 (Journal of Cell Science)   Mucosal barriers separate self from non-self and are essential for life. These barriers, which are the first line of defense against external pathogens, are formed by epithelial cells and the substances they secrete.
We are pleased to announce the launch in France of UTIPRO® PLUS, our product for uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infections. The product is commercialized over the French territory under the umbrella brand Cysticare / Utipro plus and is distributed by Vemedia, our partner for the product in the Netherlands as well.
We are pleased to announce the launch of UTIPRO® PLUS, our product for uncomplicated UTIs, in Finland. The product is commercialized over the Finnish territory under the umbrella brand UrinCUR / Utipro plus and it is distributed by RFSU, our partner for the product on the Swedish and Norwegian territory as well.
Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci . 2017; 21 (4): 873-883 Researchers from the A. Gemelli Foundation, School of Medicine, Rome, Italy have published an extensive review on the role of Gelatin tannate and tyndallized probiotics (Tasectan Duo) in the treatment of diarrhea.
N Engl J Med 2017; 376:2566-78 New article in NEJM supports the role of increased intestinal permeability in the pathophysiology of IBS. 
Pathology International   Tight junctions are intercellular junctions adjacent to the apical ends of paracellular spaces. They have two classical functions, the barrier function and the fence function.