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Therefore, in this study, we conducted a investigation on the structural characteristics and the formation/development of the respiratory function of the intestinal tract of P.
The distal intestinal tract was defined as that on the oral side of the EBD site (on the anal side of the EBD site in patients undergoing peroral endoscopy), and the proximal intestinal tract was defined as that on the anal side of the EBD site.
1983) studied the occurrence of members of the family Enterobacteriaceae and Aeromonas hydrophilia in the intestinal tract of leopard frogs (Rana pipiens) by using a series of biochemical tests.
The current study was initiated to investigate the abundance of hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria in the intestinal tract of fish from the Baltic Sea and to determine them to species level using the 16S rRNA gen sequencing technique.
offers Women's Probiotic with Cranberry Extract, which contains five bacterial strains to cover the entire intestinal tract as well as for vaginal care.
After passing from the stomach to the intestinal tract, the tablets release the organisms at optimal rates determined by formulation.
inflammatory diseases of the gastro intestinal tract, asthma and even the treatment of edema in the case of brain tumors.
In Eastern medical practice, the condition or health of the intestinal tract is extremely important.
Microbiologic isolation revealed colonies of Clostridium colinum and Clostridium perfringens in the intestinal tract of the investigated birds.
Selective Stimulation of the Growth of Anaerobic Microflora in the Human Intestinal Tract by Electrolyzed Reducing Water.
The strong inhibition of the protease activity in the intestinal tract of H.
Methanobacillus in the intestinal tract has the highest population density.