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Galt

(ɡɔːlt)
n
(Biography) John. 1779–1839, Scottish novelist, noted for his ironic humour, esp in Annals of the Parish (1821), The Provost (1822), and The Entail (1823)
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2012) Gut-associated lymphoid tissues for the development of oral vaccines.
The gut-associated lymphoid tissue is especially important in health and well-being because of its close proximity to a large and diverse population of organisms in the gastrointestinal tract and its exposure to food constituents.
Lymphomas are commonly found in the ileum, where the greatest concentration of gut-associated lymphoid tissue is present, and they may be primary or part of systemic disease (5).