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Systemic and portal biochemistry after intestinal ischaemia-reperfusion injury.
chrysoscelis intestinal sequences and sequences in GenBank ranged from 90 to 100%.
An intestinal transplant can be done after a donor donates his/ her intestines.
Cases of adult intestinal toxemia botulism were confirmed by detection of C.
The scientists used induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) -- which can become any tissue type in the body -- to generate the intestinal organoids.
The research involved the intestinal microbiome, which contains some 100 trillion bacteria.
Major finding: Total bacteria counts and evidence of certain bacterial populations were significantly more common in the intestinal submucosa of Crohn's disease patients than in healthy controls, which the authors say have potential implications for treatment and diagnosis.
The microbiota plays important functional roles in several metabolic, nutritional, physiological and immunological processes in the human body, an involvement that has resulted in the frequent positing of a role for the intestinal microbiota in the pathogenesis of several human diseases and disorders.
Intestinal parasitic infections are common major problem closely related to poverty, inadequate sanitation, and insufficient health care and overcrowding [4].
Stem cells can be transformed into the pancreatic cells needed to treat diabetes and into complex layers of intestinal tissue, scientists demonstrated in two experiments.
12, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- For the first time, scientists have created functioning human intestinal tissue in the laboratory from pluripotent stem cells.
Although one major route of exposure to PCBs is via the gastrointestinal tract, little is known about the effects of PCBs on function of the intestinal epithelial barrier.