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Gut microbial metabolism of 5-aminosalicylic acid in inflammatory bowel disease

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  • NK and SS are joint first authors.

  • Contributors EAMF, AVV, RG and RKW designed and coordinated the study. NK collected clinical metadata, and EAMF supervised. AVV processed the data. NK, SS, AVV and RG contributed to the data analysis. NK and SS drafted the manuscript. EAMF, AVV, RG and RKW critically reviewed the manuscript. All authors approved the manuscript.

  • Funding The authors have not declared a specific grant for this research from any funding agency in the public, commercial or not-for-profit sectors.

  • Competing interests NK, SS and AVV declare no conflicts of interest. EAMF has received a research grant from Takeda Pharmaceuticals and is supported by a ZonMW Clinical Fellowship grant (project number 90719075). RG received funding by Janssen Pharmaceuticals (for unrelated research projects), received consulting funding from Esox Biologics (for unrelated research projects). RKW has received unrestricted Research Grants from Takeda, Johnson & Johnson, Ferring and Tramedico and speakers fees from Abbvie, MSD and Boston Scientific and has acted as a consultant for Takeda Pharmaceuticals.

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