gastrointestinal hormone


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Synonyms for gastrointestinal hormone

hormones that affect gastrointestinal functioning

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While the pathogenetic mechanism underlying DGP remains unclear, most studies suggest that DGP is associated with neuropathy, hyperglycemia, changes in gastrointestinal hormones, and microvascular and gastrointestinal smooth muscle lesions.
Serum gastrointestinal hormone levels: After 14 days of feeding, the serum MOT and GAS levels of both groups rose, with significant intra-group and inter-group differences.
Studies on gastrointestinal hormone and jejunal interdigestive migrating motor complex in patients with or without early dumping syndrome after total gastrectomy with Roux-en-Y reconstruction for early gastric cancer.
It has been demonstrated that psychological stimulation elicits delayed gastric emptying, circulating gastrointestinal hormone abnormalities (Guo et al.
Our findings suggest that it may be useful for colon cancer treatment, as well as potential colon cancer suppression in cells that respond to the gastrointestinal hormone neurotensin.
The keyword constipation was crossreferenced with the following terms: circulating gastrointestinal hormones, gastrin, cholycystokinin, secretin, motilin, neurotensin, vasoactive intestinal polypeptide, pancreatic polypeptides, glucagon, histamine, serotonin, norepinephrine, acetyicholine, gastric inhibitory peptide, prostaglandins, noncholinergic nonadrenergic peptides, endorphins, enkephalines, autonomic nervous system, sympathetic, and parasympathetic.
RG1068 is a synthetic version of human secretin, a natural gastrointestinal hormone involved in the process of digestion.
Synergy's proprietary drug candidate plecanatide is a synthetic analog of the human gastrointestinal hormone uroguanylin, and functions by activating the guanylate cyclase C (GC-C) receptor on epithelial cells of the GI tract.
Synergy's lead proprietary drug candidate plecanatide is a synthetic analog of the human gastrointestinal hormone uroguanylin, and functions by activating the guanylate cyclase C receptor on epithelial cells of the GI tract.
Once implanted the EndoBarrier affects certain gastrointestinal hormones which are involved in insulin sensitivity, glucose metabolism and satiety, these changes are said to allow for rapid and sustained improvement of type 2 diabetes.
Given that many patients with diabetes significantly improve immediately after bariatric surgery, even before weight loss occurs, it is possible that improved insulin resistance might be independent of weight loss and could result from changes in gastrointestinal hormones and regulatory peptides.
1) Chewing gum is believed to stimulate bowel motility by activating the cephalic-vagal reflex and by increasing the production of gastrointestinal hormones associated with bowel motility.
The 54 chapters in this medical review begin with a case study of a patient and describe the physiology of the thyroid and adrenals, female and male reproduction, posterior pituitary hormones, pancreas, and gastrointestinal hormones.
There has been one study concerning the effect of exercise on gastrointestinal hormones and GER(6).
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