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prevent the contents of the intestine from mixing with bodily fluid on the other side of the epithelium?

The statement you made could be true...I'm not exactly sure what you were trying to ask, though...

sorry, was asking if tight junctions prevent the contents of the intestine from mixing with bodily fluids on the other side of the epithelium.

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