Cholecystokinin and pancreatic secretion is restored to normal, with intestinal mucosa regeneration. ... Exocrine pancreatic dysfunction in individuals having villous atrophy may be the consequence of decreased CCK secretion. ... Cholecystokinin and pancreatic secretion is restored to normal, with intestinal mucosa regeneration. ... Subclinical exocrine pancreatic dysfunction resulting from decreased cholecystokinin secretion in the presence of intestinal ...
Rhythmic secretion of prolactin in rats: action of oxytocin coordinated by vasoactive intestinal polypeptide of suprachiasmatic ... Rhythmic secretion of prolactin in rats: action of oxytocin coordinated by vasoactive intestinal polypeptide of suprachiasmatic ... Rhythmic secretion of prolactin in rats: action of oxytocin coordinated by vasoactive intestinal polypeptide of suprachiasmatic ... Rhythmic secretion of prolactin in rats: action of oxytocin coordinated by vasoactive intestinal polypeptide of suprachiasmatic ...
Intestinal electrolyte and fluid secretion: a model in trouble?. Creators Name:. Cid, L.P. and Jentsch, T.J. and Sepúlveda, F.V ...
Holt, P. S. ; Porter, R. E. / Use of pilocarpine-induced alimentary secretions to measure intestinal shedding of Salmonella ... Holt, P. S., & Porter, R. E. (1992). Use of pilocarpine-induced alimentary secretions to measure intestinal shedding of ... A study was conducted to determine if these secretions could also be used to detect intestinal SE6 shedding. White leghorn ... A study was conducted to determine if these secretions could also be used to detect intestinal SE6 shedding. White leghorn ...
... can cause increased gastric acid secretion, diminished bicarbonate secretion, diminished mucus secretion and diminished trophic ... The intestinal mucosal barrier, also referred to as intestinal barrier, refers to the property of the intestinal mucosa that ... Both intestinal and extra-intestinal autoimmune disorders can result. Intestinal barrier dysfunction is thought to be ... These include changes in gut motility, intestinal permeability, ion flux, fluid balance and mucus secretion. Furthermore, acute ...
Competence-induced type VI secretion might foster intestinal colonization by Vibrio cholerae. M. Blokesch ... Sporadic type VI secretion in seventh pandemic Vibrio cholerae. A. Proutière; N. C. Drebes Dorr; L. Bader; S. Stutzmann; L. C. ... The type VI secretion system of Vibrio cholerae fosters horizontal gene transfer. S. Borgeaud; L. C. Metzger; T. Scrignari; M. ... Independent Regulation of Type VI Secretion in Vibrio cholerae by TfoX and TfoY. L. C. Metzger; S. Stutzmann; T. Scrignari; C. ...
IgA antibodies also develop in intestinal secretions. The severity and persistence of C jejuni infections in individuals with ... Lecuit M, Abachin E, Martin A. Immunoproliferative small intestinal disease associated with Campylobacter jejuni. N Engl J Med ... Conditions in which acid secretion is blocked, for example, by antacid treatment or disease, predispose patients to ...
Diet is among the most important factors contributing to intestinal homeostasis, and basic functions performed by the small ... Diet is among the most important factors contributing to intestinal homeostasis, and basic functions performed by the small ... U Seidler, et al., A functional CFTR protein is required for mouse intestinal cAMP-, cGMP- and Ca(2+)-dependent HCO3- secretion ... M Murek, S Kopic, J Geibel, Evidence for intestinal chloride secretion. Exp Physiol 95, 471-478 (2010). ...
Bacterial secretion systems: an overview. Microbiol Spectr. 2016;4:4.PubMedGoogle Scholar ... of infections are intestinal. E. tarda causes a Salmonella-like gastrointestinal infection, usually self-limited enteritis, ... Twelve classes of bacterial protein secretion systems are known; these systems transport virulence proteins into the cell and, ... in some cases, directly into the cytoplasm of a target cell (8). The bacterial type III and type VI secretion systems (T3SS and ...
Intestinal bitter taste receptor activation alters hormone secretion and imparts metabolic benefits. Mol. Metab. 2018, 16, 76- ... Bitter-Tasting Amino Acids l-Arginine and l-Isoleucine Differentially Regulate Proton Secretion via T2R1 Signaling in Human ...
Increased muscle tonus and glandular secretion in gastrointestinal canal Motor fibres of gastric and intestinal parasympathetic ... 5) Gastro-intestinal symptoms. Those of increased muscle tonus and increased secretory activity, produced through the gastro- ... The reflexes as expressed in the larynx and heart and gastro-intestinal canal are of themselves of no localizing value. The ... The importance of these systems, presiding, as they do, over the contraction of smooth muscle and glandular secretion, thus ...
Joo NS, Irokawa T, Wu JV, et al. Absent secretion to vasoactive intestinal peptide in cystic fibrosis airway glands. J Biol ... Joo NS, Lee DJ, Winges KM, et al. Regulation of antiprotease and antimicrobial protein secretion by airway submucosal gland ... Sampling of lower airway secretions is considered essential for determining the infectious aetiology of pulmonary exacerbations ... 60 CF secretions are frequently very viscous, requiring special processing to sample the entire specimen adequately.61 This is ...
... biliary and intestinal secretions for digestion, and thus facilitates absorption in the upper small intestine. Dietary ... Small Intestinal Disease. Concurrent small intestinal disease may cause continued malabsorption despite adequate enzyme ... If response to treatment is poor, concurrent intestinal disease has to be investigated further, e.g., by a dietary trial with ... In addition, concurrent small intestinal disease (Weiss et al., 1996) may further impair cobalamin absorption in cats. Cats ...
Potential complications include obstruction of the bile duct by a worm or, more commonly, intestinal obstruction by a mass of ... infected secretions; viral infected adults; shedding in urine or increased incidence saliva for years; related to AIDS ... Ascariasis, caused by the intestinal parasite Ascaris lumbricoides (large roundworm), is one of the most common infections of ... was the impetus that the members of the ITFDE gave to initiating a demonstration project to control intestinal parasites among ...
Alpha-MSH secretion from a gastro-intestinal stromal tumour leading to ACTH-independent Cushing s syndrome. Cavlan Dominic , ...
Rachmilewitz D, Sharon P, Eisenberg S: Lipoprotein synthesis and secretion by cultured human intestinal mucosa. Eur J Clin ... Long Chain Fatty Acid Uptake by Human Intestinal Mucosa in vitro: Mechanisms of Transport Subject Area: Gastroenterology ... Trotter PJ, Ho SY, Storch J: Fatty acid uptake by Caco-2 human intestinal cells. J Lipid Res 1996;37:336–346.. [PubMed] ... Conclusions: Our data confirm that LCFA uptake by human intestinal mucosa is likely to occur via a saturable carrier. ...
When ertapenem is co-administered with probenecid (500 mg p.o. every 6 hours), probenecid competes for active tubular secretion ... Injury, Poisoning and Procedural Complications: incision site complication, incision site hemorrhage, intestinal stoma ... Probenecid interferes with the active tubular secretion of ertapenem, resulting in increased plasma concentrations of ertapenem ... small intestinal, and biliary infections and generalized peritonitis. The combined clinical and microbiologic success rates in ...
04672 Intestinal immune network for IgA production. 04062 Chemokine signaling pathway. Endocrine system 04911 Insulin secretion ... Digestive system 04970 Salivary secretion. 04971 Gastric acid secretion. 04972 Pancreatic secretion. 04976 Bile secretion. ... 04924 Renin secretion. 04614 Renin-angiotensin system. 04925 Aldosterone synthesis and secretion. 04927 Cortisol synthesis and ... 03070 Bacterial secretion system. Signal transduction 02020 Two-component system. 04010 MAPK signaling pathway. 04013 MAPK ...
Pharmacokinetic Role of P-Glycoprotein in Oral Bioavailability and Intestinal Secretion of Grepafloxacin in Vivo Hiroaki ... Pharmacokinetic Role of P-Glycoprotein in Oral Bioavailability and Intestinal Secretion of Grepafloxacin in Vivo Hiroaki ... Pharmacokinetic Role of P-Glycoprotein in Oral Bioavailability and Intestinal Secretion of Grepafloxacin in Vivo Hiroaki ... Pharmacokinetic Role of P-Glycoprotein in Oral Bioavailability and Intestinal Secretion of Grepafloxacin in Vivo Hiroaki ...
Intestinal bacteria trigger T cell-independent immunoglobulin A(2) class switching by inducing epithelial-cell secretion of the ... Intestinal microbiota analyses. For molecular analysis of the intestinal microbiota, DNA was extracted from fecal samples as ... The germ-free intestinal tract. Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol. 1968;34(4):362-375.. View this article via: PubMed CrossRef ... Production of intestinal IgA has been shown to depend on the TNF family cytokine APRIL and B cell-activating factor (BAFF) (28- ...
A dark green, sticky mucus, a mixture of amniotic fluid and secretions from the intestinal glands, normally found in infants ...
Here, we demonstrate that a berberine fumarate (BF) has a hypoglycemic effect by regulating the intestinal microflora and ... The T2D rats had disorders of glucose and lipid metabolism, an abnormal intestinal microflora, fewer butyrate-producing and ... Changes in the composition of the intestinal microflora are associated with glucose metabolism changes in rats with T2D. ... Both alterations to the intestinal microflora and chronic systemic inflammation predispose towards type 2 diabetes (T2D). ...
This may be due to changes in insulin secretion resulting in a state of low bone turnover with a considerable reduction of ... Glucagon like peptide 1(7-36) is produced by intestinal L-cells in response to meal and is a pluripotent incretin hormone in ... Incretin hormones are secreted by intestinal L-cells and, in minor amounts, by pancreatic α-cells. Incretin hormones can ... it has been reported that GLP-1R is expressed on thyroid C cells and that GLP-1 is able to stimulate calcitonin secretion ( ...
Reinfusion of Gastrointestinal Secretions: The Bedside Experience- July 2017. Reinfusion of Intestinal Secretions: A Viable ... Reinfusion of Intestinal Secretions: A Viable Option for Select Patients - April 2010 ... Reinfusion of Intestinal Secretions: A Viable Option for Select Patients - April 2010 ... Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth -July 2003. Vitamin D Deficiencies in Patients with Disorders of the Digestive System- ...
... have beneficial effects on intestinal enteroendocrine cells stimulating cell growth and increasing the production and secretion ... 2015). Intake of Lactobacillus reuteri improves incretin and insulin secretion in glucose-tolerant humans: a proof of concept. ... 2018). Intestinal signaling of proteins and digestion-derived products relevant to satiety.. https://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/ ... and insulin secretion. A 16-week randomized controlled trial.. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30871233/. ...
Generation and characterization of Suncus murinus intestinal organoid: a useful tool for studying motilin secretion. ... Motilin and Ghrelin Additively Stimulate Gastric Acid Secretion in Suncus Murinus Ichiro Sakata, Yoshiaki Shimada, Toru Tanaka ... The role of central corticotrophin-releasing factor receptor signalling in plasma glucose maintenance through ghrelin secretion ... Influence of sex steroids on ghrelin-induced growth hornione secretion in male rats ...
Activation of GC-C receptor results in increased intestinal fluid secretion and accelerated transit, and improved visceral ... Linaclotide binds to the GC-C receptor locally, within the intestinal epithelium. ... which is considered to cause the increase of intestinal motility resulted from the over-activation of enteric nervous system. ...
... the small intestinal (SI) phase will be continued in the 12-channel unit to use fewer lab materials and simplify experiments; ... the pH distribution and addition of gastrointestinal secretions in the individual modules will be varied to achieve a similar ... for the gastric phase and a shaking water bath for the small intestinal (SI) phase. We will quantify the following before and ... during processing and simulated gastric and small intestinal digestion. (2) Develop predictive models for seed coat patterns ...
Mucus and other secretions line the gastrointestinal tract, protecting it from gastric acid. If this protective mechanism is ... 3.12 Gastro-intestinal diseases Last updated: May 2021. Suggested citation: Purcell, K. Winnall, W, Hurly, S and Greenhalgh E ... The effects of cigarettes and alcohol on intestinal microbiota in healthy men. Journal of Microbiology, 2020; 58(11):926-37. ... Smoking status at diagnosis and subsequent smoking cessation: associations with corticosteroid use and intestinal resection in ...