Always interesting to see new research and approaches. If they're right gene therapy treatments could help us greatly.
"This identified genetic variation within six genes in regions of the genome that had not been previously connected to Crohn's disease. Several of these genes are known to play important roles in a type of stem cell in the gut called mesenchymal cells, suggesting that disruption of these cells contributes to the initiation and maintenance of intestinal inflammation." https://medicalxpress.com/news/2022-08-zeroes-genes-involved-crohn-disease.html