reabsorption


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Synonyms for reabsorption

the organic process in which the substance of some differentiated structure that has been produced by the body undergoes lysis and assimilation

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If this reabsorption does not take place, the body loses calcium.
Neonates have a largely sterile gut, so the conversion to urobilinogen is poor, and there is increased reabsorption of bilirubin.
Elle se caracterise par une atteinte de la capacite de dilution et de concentration et une diminution de la reabsorption du sodium[sup.
Cypriot doctor, Christodoulos Xinaris PhD from the Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research in Milan, and his colleagues have now for the first time constructed "organoids" that can be integrated into a living animal and carry out kidney functions including blood filtering and molecule reabsorption.
Chronic acidosis causes bone resorption and impairs renal tubular reabsorption of calcium resulting in hypercalciuria.
Enterohepatic circulation of bile acids results in efficient reabsorption of bile acids, resulting in a concentration gradient between proximal small intestine and terminal ileum.
The anomalies are the result of a defect in the elongation, fusion, canalization, or septal reabsorption of the Mullerian /paramesonephric ducts.
Lorsque la transpiration est faible, il y a reabsorption de sodium, chlore, potassium, bicarbonate et lactate.
Vaptans, a new class of nonpeptide vasopressin receptor antagonists, prevent reabsorption of free water in the kidneys and are currently being studied.
CreaNutrition is pleased about the positive opinion published by EFSA, with its acknowledgment of a strong scientific approach: "The evidence presented indicates that the cholesterol-lowering effect of oat beta-glucan may depend on the increased viscosity in the small intestine that reduces the reabsorption of bile acids, increases the synthesis of bile acids from cholesterol, and reduces circulating (LDL) cholesterol concentrations.
CreaNutrition is pleased about the positive opinion published by EFSA, with its acknowledgment of a strong scientific approach: "The evidence presented indicates that the cholesterollowering effect of oat beta-glucan may depend on the increased viscosity in the small intestine that reduces the reabsorption of bile acids, increases the synthesis of bile acids from cholesterol and reduces circulating (LDL) cholesterol concentrations.
Created by the adrenal glands, it is responsible for reabsorption of sodium and water into the bloodstream and for regulating potassium.
In the thick ascending limb of the loop of Henle, the chloride pump promotes passive reabsorption of sodium ion and actively reabsorbs chlorine ion.