State 2 functions of mucus in small intestine

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State 2 functions of mucus in small intestine

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Mucus is extremely important in the gastrointestinal tract. It forms an essential layer in the colon and in the small intestine that helps reduce intestinal inflammation by decreasing bacterial interaction with intestinal epithelial cells.

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