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First viable mouse model of Hirschsprung's disease developed

About one in every 5,000 babies is born without enteric neurons in distal colon resulting in Hirschsprung’s disease. Because of the lacking neurons, contents of the gut cannot pass normally resulting in constipation and enlargement of colon.

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