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Leafy Sea Dragon, Phycodurus eques

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It shows how epsilon toxin molecules released from Clostridium perfringens strain B/D in the gut microbiome assemble into pores in the endothelial cells of blood-brain-barrier capillaries disrupting the integrity of the BBB. This disruption allows the infiltration of myelin autoreactive CD4+ T cells into the brain parenchyma, leading to the demyelination of neurons.

The Gut Microbiome and Multiple Sclerosis

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