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Vagotomy inhibits the jejunal fluid secretion activated by luminal ileal Escherichia coli STa in the rat in vivo.
(BMJ Publishing, 1999)
BACKGROUND Escherichia coli heat stable enterotoxin (STa) is a major cause of secretory diarrhoea in humans. AIMS To assess the effects of instilling STa into the ileum on remote fluid secretion in the jejunum and colon ...
Enterotoxin Escherichia coli STa activates a nitric oxide-dependent myenteric plexus secretory reflex in the rat ileum.
(Journal of Physiology, 1994)
Mucosally added enterotoxin Escherichia coli STa increased the electrogenic Cl- secretion measured as the short-circuit current (Isc) across isolated muscle-stripped and muscle-unstripped rat mid-ilea incubated in vitro. ...
Tetrahydrobiopterin regulates cyclic GMP-dependent electrogenic chloride secretion in mouse ileum in vitro.
(Physiological Society, 1997)
Basal electrogenic Cl- secretion, measured as the short-circuit current (I-SC), was variable in ileum removed from tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4)-deficient hph-1 mice and wild-type controls in vitro, although values were not ...
From befriending to punishing: Changing boundaries in the probation.
As easy as ABCD.
(Paediatric Nurse, 1993)
Beta Thalassaemia: Current carrier and community awareness in Leicestershire.
(De Montfort University, 1994)
The new genetics and professional identities in international context
(Department of Sociology, University of Goteburg, Sweden, 1999)
This paper is concerned with the formation of and processes of changes in professional identities, especially those professional groups associated with the new genetics, be they learned scientific professions, clinicians ...
Whooping cough vaccination: historical, social and political controversies.
(Blackwell Sciences, 1995)
New acellular whooping cough vaccines may have the effect of leading us to believe that infectious diseases such as whooping cough have declined in the context of particular historical and social conditions, and persist ...