GI tract

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Like other parts of the GI tract grown by the researchers, the human colon organoids also create a potential new platform for testing new drugs before the start of clinical trials.
MLP is a rare extranodal non-Hodgkin B cell lymphoma of the GI tract, characterized by multiple neoplastic polyps.
However, the amount of melatonin produced in the GI tract by enterochromaffin cells is 400 times greater than that produced by the pineal gland.
This technique now allows study of cells identical to the ones that live in a patient's GI tract.
11-13) In this report, we describe a case of a primary CCS arising in the tongue, which shows morphologic and immunohistochemical features of CCS of the GI tract, expanding the spectrum of this type of sarcoma.
IBD is a chronic, interruptive disease of the GI tract.
Malignant melanoma is an uncommon metastatic tumor found in the GI tract but most commonly involves the small bowel.
A common theory is that IBS evolves an abnormality in cross-talk between the brain and the GI tract.
Only about 10% of patients with cancers of the upper GI tract are still alive five years after diagnosis.
8220;We all know that emotional stress can suppress the immune system, but so too can strenuous workouts that cause immune cells in the GI tract to produce less than the normal amount of immunoglobulin antibodies.
The researchers showed that quorum-sensing chemicals, called acyl-homoserine lactones (AHLs), which are produced by other bacteria, are present within the bovine rumen but absent in other areas of the cattle's GI tract.
After 1 week, they took samples of GI tract tissue from the in-oculated swine and examined the samples for bacterial colonization.