<p>At day 3 post-DNBS treatment VIPKO mice display shrunken ceca and significant thickening/damage of the mid to distal colon with fat wrapping when compared to WT mice (A), with significantly increased macroscopic damage scores (B). Representative H&E staining of Day 3 post-DNBS treated WT and VIPKO mice (C), when scored histologically (D) shows a significant increase in overall damage in VIPKO tissues compared to WT. Water content of luminal stool expressed as the percentage of the initial stool weight lost after drying at 37°C for 48h (E); n = 6–9 animals/group, results are represented as means ± SEM, *P<0.05, **P<0.01.</p

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