Colonoids from Patients with Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease Exhibit Decreased Growth Associated with Inflammation Severity and Durable Upregulation of Antigen Presentation Genes

Judith R. Kelsen, Noor Dawany, Maire A. Conrad, Tatiana A. Karakasheva, Kelly Maurer, Jane M. Wei, Selen Uman, Maiah H. Dent, Rithika Behera, Laura M. Bryant, Xianghui Ma, Leticia Moreira, Priya Chatterji, Rawan Shraim, Audrey Merz, Rei Mizuno, Lauren A. Simon, Amanda B. Muir, Claudio Giraudo, Edward M. BehrensKelly A. Whelan, Marcella Devoto, Pierre A. Russo, Sarah F. Andres, Kathleen E. Sullivan, Kathryn E. Hamilton

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