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Gastroenterology
Journal: Digestion
Digestion (1990) 46 (Suppl. 2): 240–252.
Published Online: 03 February 2009
... border enzymes, but not intestinal growth. Developmental changes in receptor density and effects on brush border enzymes suggest a specific role for IGFs in post-natal development of the rat intestine. Intestinal mucosa Insulin-like growth factors Receptors Brush border enzymes Suckling Milk...
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Subject Area:
Gastroenterology
Journal: Digestion
Digestion (1978) 18 (1-2): 93–102.
Published Online: 27 January 2009
...Y. Dumont; L. Larose; G.G. Poirier; J. Morisset Pancreatic response to urecholine was studied in rats which were fed maternal milk only until they reached 27 days of age. A group of pups which remained all the time with their mother were weaned at 21 days; over that nursing period, their pancreatic...
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Subject Area:
Gastroenterology
Journal: Digestion
Digestion (1973) 8 (4): 324–335.
Published Online: 23 January 2009
... subgroups with regard to milk (lactose) tolerance, a significant difference was found between the two groups.The findings suggest that the width of the cortical layer of the clavicle in subjects with lactose intolerance declines significantly more rapidly than in subjects of similar age without intolerance...
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Gastroenterology
Journal: Digestion
Digestion (1973) 9 (2): 130–137.
Published Online: 23 January 2009
...F. Pirk; I. Skála; M. Vulterinová The authors compared by X-ray the passage of a milk containing lactose with that of a lactose-free milk in subjects after partial gastrectomy who, after operation, developed milk intolerance. In the X-ray picture of subjects with a lower mucosal lactase level...
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Gastroenterology
Journal: Digestion
Digestion (1972) 5 (2): 89–99.
Published Online: 22 January 2009
...F. Pirk; I. Skála The response of the digestive tract after ingestion of milk in lactase insufficiencies was investigated by X-ray. In subjects with lactose intolerance after milk the gastric evacuation is retarded, while there is a considerable simultaneous increase in the transit time through...
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Subject Area:
Gastroenterology
Journal: Digestion
Digestion (1971) 4 (6): 326–332.
Published Online: 21 January 2009
...I. Skála; V. Lamačová; F. Pirk In milk intolerance due to lactose intolerance a lactose-free diet is used from which milk and milk products are eliminated. This is associated with a number of serious nutritional and dietetic problems, which could be solved by using lactose-free milk products...