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Recent studies from our laboratory revealed that enterocyte brush border microvilli release small vesicles laden with host defense machinery into the intestinal lumen. In this addendum, we introduce a multi-faceted model for the function of these lumenal vesicles in the gut; we also consider some of the important unanswered questions that must be addressed in order to develop our understanding of this novel aspect of innate intestinal immunity.
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Released July 13, 2020