This is what I found on google, other then that I am sorry I got nothing...Good Luck...
"Instead, it's more of an improved version of Tysabri. Supposedly, since vedolizumab targets the alpha4beta7 integrin rather than just the alpha4 integrin like Tysabri, it can "modulate inflammation specifically in the GI tract without systemic immunosuppression", thus making it able to "confer efficacy in IBD with an improved safety profile and risk-to-benefit ratio". "
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