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pylori may also increase the immune responses of the intestinal tract, wiping out organisms before they can do damage.
diminuta thrive inside a mammal's intestinal tract.
They have found that a protein made by a gene already associated with a handful of human inflammatory immune diseases plays a pivotal role in protecting the intestinal tract from colitis.
The company's technology allows for topical delivery of therapeutic antibodies to diseased regions of the intestinal tract with oral dosing techniques.
The intestinal tract becomes devoid of its normal defenders and many infections may develop, including bowel perforation, generalized peritonitis, sepsis, and -- in the case of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis -- a toxic clinical picture emerges.
These are invasive procedures, which involve resizing the capacity of the gastro intestinal tract in order to reduce food intake and calorie absorption, thereby reducing excess body weight.
The line includes specialty products for pain and inflammation support, joint and spine health, neurological health, upper respiratory and intestinal tract health.
Moreover, 20%-35% of ciprofloxacin is excreted through the intestinal tract (Cipro package insert), compared to 4% of levofloxacin (Levaquin package insert).
While it can prevent the clots that block arteries and cause heart attacks and strokes, it can also cause bleeding in the intestinal tract and, rarely, in the brain.
While these small vertebrates don't possess a stomach, much of the rest of their intestinal tract resembles the mammalian system.
Mucosal inductive sites in humans, such as the Peyers patches in the intestinal tract and the nasal-associated lymphoreticular tissue in the oropharyngeal cavity, stand as sentinels to the intestinal and respiratory tracts and represent the major sites where mucosal immune responses are initiated.
Babette had just recovered from a bout of parvovirus, an infection of the intestinal tract that is often fatal.