gastric juice

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Synonyms for gastric juice

digestive secretions of the stomach glands consisting chiefly of hydrochloric acid and mucin and the enzymes pepsin and rennin and lipase

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Ready capsules were too elastic, has too thick walls, which complicated their dissolution gastric juice and digestibility.
For gastric juice collection, a syringe connected to a flexible cannula was introduced into the mouth of live adults to obtain 0.
In a 50-mL Erlenmeyer flask with a ground-glass stopper, containing 50 mL of gastric juice and beads was kept over a magnetic stirrer at the temperature of 37 [+ or -] 1[degrees]C with a stirring speed of 100 rpm.
barteri root (DMHBR) extract (100 mg/kg) and omeprazole on free acidity, total acidity, peptic activity and mucus secretion of gastric juice in pylorus ligation-induced gastric ulcer model Group Free acidity ([micro]eq.
Routes of transmission include gastricoral (by refluxed gastric juice or vomitus), and the faecal-oral route (during episodes of diarrhoea).
After the surgery, the woman developed some complications; there was also a leakage of gastric juice that led to her death," he said.
The polymer is stable in saliva and specifically soluble in gastric juice.
Gastric nitrate rendering bacteria levels increase, as do carcinogenic nitrosamines in gastric juice.
0 ml of gastric juice against N/10 NaOH to pH 7 using phenolphthalein as the indicator and was expressed in terms of clinical units, i.
Surprisingly, he round that in response to the challenge of being air-starved, combined with the added nutrients provided by the cut leaves, the bacteria actually became hardier, better surviving a challenge with synthetic gastric juice.
They then made simulated gastric juice, which contained digestive enzymes and acid, and tested whether the 10 different polyphenols retained their activity.
For example, in Chapter 5 (The Obese Patient) we are told that "the resting volume of gastric juice is also increased as is its acidity.
If there is a reduced secretion of gastric juice, the B-group vitamins do not stay in the organism for very long, including vitamin B12, the lack of which leads to anemia.
Also, because of the acidity of the gastric juice (Dang Vu et al.