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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Effect of eradication of Helicobacter pylori on gastric juice ascorbic acid concentrations.
As shown in Figure 1, similar tolerances to simulated gastric juice were observed among the 21 strains tested; the viable counts for 3 h were all 1.
The concentrations of acetic and butyric acids were highest in the gastric juice (2.
Furthermore, administration of CO lead to a decrease in volume of gastric juice (3.
The analyses were carried out in an aqueous environmentwith the addition of artificial gastric juice (pH=2) and artificial intestinal juice (pH=8).
It improves metabolism, purifies blood, promotes gastric juice and bile production.
5 Different drugs like rabeprazole esomeprazole lansoprazole pantoprazole and ome- prazole are used to decrease the gastric acid secretion and increase pH of gastric juice thus reducing the risk of aspiration.
In contrast, pepsin activity in the gastric juice of starved animals was the greatest.
Pylorus ligation causes the accumulation of gastric juice in the stomach, while aspirin causes mucosal damage mainly by interfering with prostaglandin synthesis and causing gastric mucous depletion.
Surveying the existing literature we conclude that high concentration of Vit C in gastric juice might inactivate H.