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Hi guys,

This is kinda my last resort as I couldn’t find a proper answer on google that’s not confusing. So anyway, how does the small intestine maintain homeostasis internally?

I read online that there are CD4+ T-cells in the mucosa walls in the small intestine that can stimulate other t-cells and therefore maintain immune homeostasis, is that correct or have I just read a rubbish website? Also my lecturer wants me to talk about how enzymes influence homeostasis in the small intestine but I can’t find anything anywhere that explains this??

Ahh I’m so confused aha. Thanks in advance!
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