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Related to enteric: enteric fever, enteric infection, enteric isolation, Enteric nervous system
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Synonyms for enteric

of or relating to the enteron

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of or relating to or inside the intestines

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The safety profile of the enteric coated and the buffered products are the same.
The 389-page report contains 97 tables and provides analysis of the global enteric disease testing market, including emerging tests, technologies, instrumentation, sales forecasts by country, market shares, and strategic profiles of leading suppliers.
By contrast, the other enteric viruses, which are shed in lower quantities, could not be grown in culture and could not initially be detected by simple immunoassays.
A major drawback of many of the systemic enzyme blends available has been the composition of the enteric coatings, some of which contain phthalates (plasticizers).
Of great interest to physicians and patients is the finding that in the individuals who appeared to be aspirin resistant, enteric coating on aspirin was delaying and reducing absorption, which is consistent with old data that indicate enteric coating can interfere with aspirin absorption, he said.
Greenhouse gases were emitted by two paths, enteric fermentation and manure treatment.
Background & objectives: Enteric parasites are major cause of diarrhoea in HIV infected individuals.
Now, the company provides a microorganism test for food-processing facilities as well as a screening service for enteric bacterial infections in staff who work for food businesses.
The enteric nervous system is the only substantial grouping of neurons outside the central nervous system that forms circuits capable of performing autonomous reflex activity in humans.
Q There is often a delay in processing fecal specimens for enteric pathogens.
Dennis has had a distinguished career in academe, private industry, and government, most recently serving as the director of the enteric diseases program of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
It was found that only 42 enteric virus--related outbreaks were reported in groundwater systems over this 28-year period (Table 2).
Johnson, chief of the enteric diseases branch of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in Bethesda, Md.
5 Enteric Polymers for Small Intestinal Drug Delivery
com/research/npmc9r/2016_europe) has announced the addition of the "2016 Europe Enteric Disease Testing Market: Campylobacter, Cryptosporidium, E.