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*  The role of cyclic adenosine-3',5'-monophosphate (AMP) in gastrointestinal secretion. | Gut
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*  244. Propylene glycol alginate (WHO Food Additives Series 1)
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION WHO Food Additives Series 1972, No. 1 TOXICOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF SOME ENZYMES, MODIFIED STARCHES AND CERTAIN OTHER SUBSTANCES The evaluations contained in this publication were prepared by the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives which met in Rome, 16-24 June 19711 World Health Organization Geneva 1972 1 Fifteenth Report of the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives, Wld Hlth Org. techn. Rep. Ser., 1972, No. 488; FAO Nutrition Meetings Report Series, 1972, No. 50. The monographs contained in the present volume are also issued by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, as FAO Nutrition Meetings Report Series, No. 50A (c) FAO and WHO 1972 PROPYLENE GLYCOL ALGINATE Biological data Biochemical aspects In vitro hydrolysis by simulated gastric and intestinal juices shows practically no effect of gastric juice, while intestinal juice hydrolyses 25 per cent. of the ester in 4 h., 65 per cent. in 12 h. and 80 ...
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*  Plus it
We have used precipitin tests to detect antibodies to 10 dietary proteins in the serum (71 cases) and intestinal secretions (51 cases) of a group of children. Thirty-three of the patients had untreated coeliac disease. Our aims were to find out if, in coeliac patients, there was intestinal secretion of antibodies to wheat proteins only or if, as in coeliac serum, antibodies to many food proteins were present; and to confirm that secretion of antibodies to wheat or gluten was specific for coeliac disease.. Precipitins to one or more dietary antigens were detected in the intestinal secretions of 26 out of 30 coeliacs and of 11 out of 21 children who did not have coeliac disease. Most of the positive reactions were with the antigens wheat flour, gluten, oatmeal, and egg. Though precipitins to wheat flour or gluten were present in the intestinal secretions of 22 out of 30 coeliacs this was not ...
  http://www.bmj.com/content/1/5792/75
*  Potassium
... Deficiency. Potassium deficiency is likely to develop in acidosis and alkalosis and in conditions in which tissues are broken down with resultant loss of potassium in the urine. Such conditions include starvation, infections, tumors, diabetes mellitus and stress situations such as trauma or operative procedures. Potassium excretion may be increased by altered renal tubular function in alkalosis. Also, potassium deficiency alters renal function so that alkalosis appears or persists. Potassium deficiency may be induced by administration of diuretics and of adrenal cortical hormones. Loss of potassium in gastrointestinal secretions through diarrhea or vomiting may lead to depletion. Intravenous alimentation with solutions free of potassium may also result in deficiency. The expenditure of potassium under conditions of parenteral feeding varies from 1 to 3 mEq per 100 calories metabolized, usually 20 to 30 mEq per square meter of body surface in 24 hours.. The clinical ...
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*  Human Body Research Paper
The second main part of the Digestive System is the Stomach. The Stomach helps storage food. The Stomach has two main parts in it, the digestive juices, and the Chyme. Digestive Juices help with breaking down food. It includes, saliva, gastric juice, pancreatic juice, bile, and intestinal juice. Chyme digest food so it can go down the small intestine. Chyme has a very low pH balance because of bio. The third main part of the Digestive System is the Small Intestines. The Small intestines help provide about ninety percent of the food we need. The Small Intestines has five main parts in it. The first main part is the Villi. The Villi helps with absorbing food more affentiantly. They also put nutrients in the food and then pass it into the ...
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*  L-Arginine, nitric oxide, and intestinal secretion: studies in rat jejunum in vivo. | Gut
BACKGROUND: L-Arginine has been shown to induce fluid secretion in human jejunum. Nitric oxide, a derivative of L-arginine is thought to have an important role as an intestinal secretagogue. AIM: To determine the effect of L-arginine and the nitric oxide synthase inhibitor, nitro L-arginine methyl ester (L-NAME), on fluid and electrolyte movement in rat jejunum. METHODS: A 25 cm segment of rat jejunum was perfused in situ with iso-osmotic solutions containing either (1) saline, (2) D-arginine 20, (3) L-arginine 20, (4) L-NAME 0.1, 1, or 20 mmol/l, or (5) a combination of L-arginine 20 and L-NAME 0.1, 1, or 20 mmol/l. In further groups the effect of a subcutaneous injection of L-NAME 100 mg/kg was examined in rats pretreated with either D-or L-arginine 500 mg/kg. RESULTS: L-Arginine, unlike D-arginine, induced fluid secretion despite being better absorbed (mean -7.3 v 17.0 microliters/min/g; p , 0.01). L-NAME at 0.1 mmol/l had no effect on basal fluid movement but reversed L-arginine induced ...
  http://gut.bmj.com/content/39/4/539
*  Digestive enzymes to break down fat - os-world.ru
Check your inbox for an e-mail with a link to download the recipes Digestive enzymes aid in the absorption of nutrients and assist in the breaking down fwt the food particles you eat. This process allows the food that you eat to be used as energy, to support the building of new muscle and nerve cells, as well as protecting your blood from toxins.. Inadequate enzyme production can lead to digestive discomfort, gas, bloating, low energy and allergy-like emzymes to food. The three main categories of digestive enzymes are amylase, protease and lipase. Amylase in needed to break down carbohydrates, dodn whole grains, white flours, sugars and starchy vegetables. Amylase is found in pancreatic and intestinal juices, but is also found in your saliva.. This means that the digestive process of carbohydrates actually begins in the mouth, making chewing your food really well even more important. Protease helps you to digest protein. The proper digestion of protein is vital. Undigested protein particles ...
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*  EP 0603992 B2 20001206 - Oral administration of immunologically active biomolecules and other therapeutic proteins
300793934 - EP 0603992 B2 2000-12-06 - Oral administration of immunologically active biomolecules and other therapeutic proteins - [origin: EP0603992A1] An orally administrable therapeutic protein is provided by combining the therapeutic protein with a stabilizing agent in an aqueous solution. The solution is coated onto nonpareils and microencapsulated with a water emulsifiable enteric coating composition. The microcapsules are orally administered. The coating protects the protein as it passes through the stomach. Upon reaching the small intestines, the basic pH of the intestinal juices will dissolve the coating, allowing the protein to be released and induce antigen specific immune response which has the specificity of the native molecule. The stabilizing agent protects the therapeutic protein from denaturation during the encapsulation process. In addition to being immunogenic, when administered orally, encapsulated ...
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*  Glusulase II (contains both β-Glucuronidase and β-Glucuronide Sulfatase), 10mL | PerkinElmer
Glusulase II is a preparation of the intestinal juice of snails. It is a slightly viscous (gel-free) liquid. It contains a mixture of enzymes including ß-glucuronidase and sulfatase. The activities of these enzymes have proven particularly useful for breaking open yeast cell walls and for hydrolysis of glucuronides and sulfates such as occur in conjugated steroids.. ...
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*  Insulin
In October 1920, Canadian Frederick Banting concluded that it was the very digestive secretions that Minkowski had originally studied that were breaking down the islet secretion(s), thereby making it impossible to extract successfully. He jotted a note to himself: "Ligate pancreatic ducts of the dog. Keep dogs alive till acini degenerate leaving islets. Try to isolate internal secretion of these and relieve glycosurea.". The idea was the pancreas's internal secretion, which, it was supposed, regulates sugar in the bloodstream, might hold the key to the treatment of diabetes. A surgeon by training, Banting knew certain arteries could be tied off that would lead to atrophy of most of the pancreas, while leaving the islets of Langerhans intact. He theorized a relatively pure extract could be made from the islets once most of the rest of the pancreas was gone.. In the spring of 1921, Banting traveled to Toronto to explain his idea to J.J.R. Macleod, Professor of Physiology at the University of ...
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*  Diabetes Archives - GET WELL NOW
Diabetes Mellitus is a dysfunction of carbohydrate metabolism due to a relative or absolute insulin deficiency. It is caused by the pancreas producing too little insulin, or by a breakdown in the body's insulin utilization. In the worst case scenario no insulin is produced at all and food containing sugar or carbohydrates cannot be metabolized, causing an increased level in blood sugar.. The pancreas weighs about 2.5 to 3.5 ounces, lies beneath the pylorus (exit of the stomach) and, along with the bile duct, connects to the c-shaped loop of the duodenum. In order to perform its key function in the digestion of carbohydrates, fats and proteins, it contains two distinctly different cell structures: first the exocrine glands that produce between 1.3 and 4.3 pints of alkaline digestive secretions depending on the amount of food consumed; these secretions contain important enzymes for the digestion of fats and proteins. The second type of cell structure are the ...
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*  diabetes Archives - GET WELL NOW
Diabetes Mellitus is a dysfunction of carbohydrate metabolism due to a relative or absolute insulin deficiency. It is caused by the pancreas producing too little insulin, or by a breakdown in the body's insulin utilization. In the worst case scenario no insulin is produced at all and food containing sugar or carbohydrates cannot be metabolized, causing an increased level in blood sugar.. The pancreas weighs about 2.5 to 3.5 ounces, lies beneath the pylorus (exit of the stomach) and, along with the bile duct, connects to the c-shaped loop of the duodenum. In order to perform its key function in the digestion of carbohydrates, fats and proteins, it contains two distinctly different cell structures: first the exocrine glands that produce between 1.3 and 4.3 pints of alkaline digestive secretions depending on the amount of food consumed; these secretions contain important enzymes for the digestion of fats and proteins. The second type of cell structure are the ...
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*  diabetes type 2 Archives - GET WELL NOW
Diabetes Mellitus is a dysfunction of carbohydrate metabolism due to a relative or absolute insulin deficiency. It is caused by the pancreas producing too little insulin, or by a breakdown in the body's insulin utilization. In the worst case scenario no insulin is produced at all and food containing sugar or carbohydrates cannot be metabolized, causing an increased level in blood sugar.. The pancreas weighs about 2.5 to 3.5 ounces, lies beneath the pylorus (exit of the stomach) and, along with the bile duct, connects to the c-shaped loop of the duodenum. In order to perform its key function in the digestion of carbohydrates, fats and proteins, it contains two distinctly different cell structures: first the exocrine glands that produce between 1.3 and 4.3 pints of alkaline digestive secretions depending on the amount of food consumed; these secretions contain important enzymes for the digestion of fats and proteins. The second type of cell structure are the ...
  http://getwellnow.co.za/tag/diabetes-type-2/
*  PDA Combination (180 caps) | Natures Sunshine Products | Sunshine Health Store
PDA [Digestive] supplements the body's digestive secretions with hydrochloric acid (HCl). The stomach manufactures hydrochloric acid to break down proteins.. But, as people age, they may produce less HCl, which can affect the amount of protein they can break down and ultimately absorb. Inefficient protein digestion can affect the viability of the intestinal flora that feast on these compounds. Each capsule of PDA provides 325 mg of betaine HCl, supplying diluted hydrochloric acid and 20 mg of pepsin, a natural protein-digesting enzyme.. Take 1-4 capsules with a meal three times daily.. ...
  http://www.sunshinehealthstore.com/body-systems/pda-combination-180-caps.htm
*  Skin Tonic
The tincture functions to improve toxic elimination via the liver and bowel, improve circulation and elimination via the skin and to improve lymphatic functioning so as to decrease lymphatic congestion. It is a general liver and lymphatic tonic and can be used to improve digestive secretions to assist weight loss and increase health and vitality. This tincture is even useful as a general cancer preventative. Not suitable in pregnancy.
  https://www.carahealth.com/health-conditions-a-to-z/integumentary-system/acne/121-herbal-tonics/full-tincture-range/202-13-carahealth-skin-.html
*  Skin Tonic
The tincture functions to improve toxic elimination via the liver and bowel, improve circulation and elimination via the skin and to improve lymphatic functioning so as to decrease lymphatic congestion. It is a general liver and lymphatic tonic and can be used to improve digestive secretions to assist weight loss and increase health and vitality. This tincture is even useful as a general cancer preventative. Not suitable in pregnancy.
  https://www.carahealth.com/herbal-tinctures/202-13-carahealth-skin.html
*  Chronic diarrhoeas in infancy and childhood. II. Enzyme content of duodenal juice. | Archives of Disease in Childhood
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*  ASMscience | Neuroimmune Interactions
The attachment of bacteria to mucosal surfaces is the initial event in the pathogenesis of several bacterial infections in the gastrointestinal tract. Macrophages also express substance P (SP) mRNA, which can be upregulated, leading to the release of SP when exposed to bacterial lipopolysaccharide (LPS) in vitro or during intestinal inflammation in vivo. Neuroimmune interactions and the enteric nervous system also play a major role in the pathogenesis of intestinal secretion due to Salmonella infection. Clostridium difficile toxin-mediated diarrhea and enterocolitis represent one of the best disease models, demonstrating how neuroimmune interactions modulate intestinal enterotoxin responses. Interestingly, mast cell-deficient mice have reduced toxin-A-associated ileal secretion and mucosal neutrophil infiltration, providing direct evidence of the importance of these multifunctional cells in the pathogenesis of enterotoxin-induced ...
  http://www.asmscience.org/content/book/10.1128/9781555817848.chap19
*  The gut: Performing into old age - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News
The study carried out by the research team headed by Dr. Dagmar Krüger and Professor Michael Schemann of the Department of Human Biology of Technical University of Munich (TUM) was published in the Journal of Physiology. Another question, apart from the role of age and gender, was: does an underlying disease such as bowel cancer or Crohn's disease play a role in the evaluation of intestinal samples? Or are there regional differences in intestinal secretion? 'On the basis of the large number of bowel samples (surgical resections) examined in vitro and vitality parameters, I was able to show that the function of the intestinal mucosa is comparable between small or large intestinal specimens and not influenced by the disease for which the surgical intervention was carried out,' says TUM scientist Krüger. 'The secretion of ions and water into the intestinal lumen (the internal channel of the ...
  https://scienmag.com/the-gut-performing-into-old-age/
*  The Health Benefits and Importance of Dietary Fiber - The Veggie Goddess
There are 2 types of dietary fiber - water soluble and water insoluble. Water-soluble fiber can be found in fruits, oats, barley and legumes. Water-insoluble fiber can be found in vegetables, wheat and other grains. Both soluble and insoluble fiber are necessary for good digestive health. Fiber-rich foods work as a "brush" to sweep out the colon and keep things moving along smoothly. The lack of adequate fiber in one's diet has serious and cumulative consequences on first the function of the bowel, and then these consequences produce a ripple-effect causing a cascade of unwanted imbalances and disease within other parts of our body.. The Poop "Scoop". Fecal bulk consists of undigested food, fiber, intestinal secretions, bacteria, and the remains of dead intestinal cells. Some of the foods we eat are NOT digestible because they are either chemically processed, or they have been cooked at high temperatures. Yes, that's right. Foods cooked at high temperatures ...
  http://www.theveggiegoddess.com/dietary-fiber/
*  PPT - Stool Analysis PowerPoint Presentation - ID:1275873
Waste residue of indigestible material (cellulose during the previous 4 days). 2. Bile pigments and salts. 3. Intestinal secretions, including mucus. 4. Leukocytes that migrate from the bloodstream. Slideshow 1275873 by Thomas
  http://www.slideserve.com/Thomas/stool-analysis
*  Cancer | Cannabis Plus
Cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the body. Cancerous cells are also called malignant cells. Cancer is primarily an environmental disease, though genetics influence the risk of some cancers. Common environmental factors that may lead to cancer include: tobacco, diet and obesity, infections, radiation, lack of physical activity, and environmental pollutants.. Chemotherapy is a prominent feature in cancer treatment. While it has great impact on cancer cells, it also affects other cells in your body causing undesirable symptoms. These may include severe nausea, vomiting, fatigue, low appetite (anorexia) and depression, and delayed nausea also often develops 3-4 days after treatment and is usually unresponsive to standard anti-emetic treatment. Some cancer drugs actually cause intestinal secretion of serotonin which binds to cells on nerves involved in the vomiting center.. Radiation Therapy is a local treatment that damages the DNA of cells. It affects tissues surrounding ...
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*  Pancreatic Juice Diagnosis From Duodenum
Purpose of this study is to understand the clinical feasibility of duodenal juice diagnosis to screen UICC stage II pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma pa
  http://www.knowcancer.com/cancer-trials/NCT01699698/
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