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Synonyms for mucus

protective secretion of the mucus membranes

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DHI improved gastric mucus secretion, as well as decreased pepsin activity to maintain the integrity of gastric mucosal barrier (P < 0.
Until today, it is well known in many published articles in different birds that the carbohydrates of gastric mucus in the proventriculus and gizzard histochemical are different from each other (Aitken, 1958; Pastor et al.
hierochuntica treatment were the consequence of its effect on gastric mucus production, NP-SH concentrations, free radical scavenging, and possible prostaglandin stimulating properties.
pylori is usually thought to be a noninvasive pathogen residing within gastric mucus.
The Selbelle series of products has been used to relieve various forms of stomach discomfort by strengthening the function of gastric mucus that have become weak due to the impact of aging, physical condition, or other factors.
Hence, the significantly reduction in the ulcer index produced by DMHBR may be cytoprotective in nature either by stabilizing the integrity of the gastric mucus or by increasing mucus secretion.
thermophilus CRL 1190 and/or its EPS was effective in the therapeutic treatment of chronic gastritis by modulating the immune response of the mice and by increasing the thickness of the gastric mucus gel layer.
pylori requires gastric mucus for growth, and mucus produced by the metaplastic and neoplastic cells is postulated to lack characteristics that sustain growth of H.
Objective: To determine the effect of Bixa orellana (achiote) leaves hydroalcoholic extract on non-protein sulphydryles groups (NP-SG), gastric mucus pH and gastric secretion total acidity.
pylori) is a spiral shaped bacterium that is found in the gastric mucus layer or adherent to the epithelial lining of the stomach.
This has a very soothing effect on the gastric mucus.
Helicobacter pylori produces urease, which splits urea in ammonia helps ensure the survival of H pylori by maintaining its local pH environment in the newtral range, and also helps to break down the gastric mucus layer.
Adherent gastric mucus content was also significantly increased in all the drug treated groups as compared to control.