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1953 5
1954 5
1955 14
1956 14
1957 14
1958 21
1959 14
1960 10
1961 16
1962 6
1964 2
1965 29
1966 81
1967 106
1968 177
1969 185
1970 167
1971 184
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1974 196
1975 194
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1978 213
1979 174
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1981 173
1982 193
1983 206
1984 241
1985 241
1986 233
1987 243
1988 239
1989 271
1990 301
1991 237
1992 256
1993 237
1994 232
1995 235
1996 220
1997 237
1998 212
1999 205
2000 207
2001 224
2002 175
2003 200
2004 177
2005 195
2006 215
2007 195
2008 184
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2018 126
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The applicability of ELISA detection of gastric mucosa-expressing proteins for the identification of vomit.
Akutsu T, et al. Int J Legal Med 2017. PMID 27349904
MUC5AC was positive for most gastric mucosa samples; however, it was difficult to detect in stomach contents. ELISA detection of GAST was not suitable for the identification of vomit. ...These results suggest that ELISA for the detection of gastric mucosa-expressing proteins, especially PGA, could be an effective tool for the forensic identification of vomit....
MUC5AC was positive for most gastric mucosa samples; however, it was difficult to detect in stomach contents. ELISA detection …
Metabolism of alcohol by human gastric cells: relation to first-pass metabolism.
Haber PS, et al. Gastroenterology 1996. PMID 8831581
The aim of this study was to assess ethanol metabolism by human gastric mucosa cells in primary culture. METHODS: Cells were incubated with [1-14C]ethanol, and the quantity of ethanol oxidized was measured by the production of [1-14C]acetate. ...CONCLUSIONS: Human gastric cells metabolize sufficient alcohol to account for the bulk of first-pass metabolism. At least two isozymes of gastric ADH contribute to this metabolism. ...
The aim of this study was to assess ethanol metabolism by human gastric mucosa cells in primary culture. METHODS: Cells …
Back-diffusion--fact or fiction?
Thjodleifsson B and Wormsley KG. Digestion 1977 - Review. PMID 14042
Alterations in the concentration of acid in gastric juice secreted at different flow rates and disappearance of acid from the gastric lumen, when the gastric mucosa is exposed to acid luminal contents, have been interpreted as indicating "back-diffusion" of acid into the gastric mucosa from the luminal contents. ...The change in the "barrier" properties of the gastric mucosa has been found to be associated with change in the electrical properties of the mucosa, so that alterations of the transmucosal potential difference has been considered to denote gastric mucosal damage. ...
Alterations in the concentration of acid in gastric juice secreted at different flow rates and disappearance of acid from the gast
The expression of renin-angiotensin system components in the human gastric mucosa.
Hallersund P, et al. J Renin Angiotensin Aldosterone Syst 2011. PMID 20739374
RESULTS: AT1R and AT2R were located in a variety of cells in the human gastric mucosa, including AT1R on a subpopulation of endocrine cells in the antral mucosa. ...The AT1R protein expression was 3-4 times higher in the gastric mucosa of H. pylori positive subjects compared to the gastric mucosa of H. pylori negative subjects (p < 0.05). ...
RESULTS: AT1R and AT2R were located in a variety of cells in the human gastric mucosa, including AT1R on a subpopulation of en …
Metabolism of gastric mucosa.
Forte JG. Fed Proc 1965 - Review. PMID 5322406
Lipid peroxidation-induced DNA adducts in human gastric mucosa.
Matsuda T, et al. Carcinogenesis 2013. PMID 23066087
In this report, we applied an adductome approach to gastric mucosa samples taken at the time of a gastrectomy for gastric cancer in Lujiang, China, and in Hamamatsu, Japan. ...Although the presence of Helicobacter pylori DNA in the mucosa was not related to these adducts level, the levels of BεdC, BεdA and HεdA were higher in the Japanese gastric mucosa samples. ...
In this report, we applied an adductome approach to gastric mucosa samples taken at the time of a gastrectomy for gastric
Gut-Brain Axis in Gastric Mucosal Damage and Protection.
Sgambato D, et al. Curr Neuropharmacol 2016 - Review. PMID 26903151 Free PMC article.
In particular, hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenocortical axis, thyrotropinreleasing factor-containing nerve fibers and capsaicin-sensitive nerves are principal mediators of the harmful and protective central nervous system-mediated effects on gastric mucosa. ...Exploiting the mechanisms underlying the connection between brain and gut may lead to a better understanding of the pathophysiology of gastric mucosal injury and to an improvement in the prevention and, eventually, management of gastric damage....
In particular, hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenocortical axis, thyrotropinreleasing factor-containing nerve fibers and capsaicin-sensitive nerves …
Gastric mucosal protection: from the periphery to the central nervous system.
Gyires K, et al. J Physiol Pharmacol 2015 - Review. PMID 26084214 Free article.
Gastric mucosal integrity can be influenced both by peripheral and central mechanisms. In the periphery several protective factors play a role in gastric mucosal defense. Moreover, receptors located in the gastric mucosa (e.g. toll-like receptors, proteinase-activated receptors, α2-adrenoceptors, opioid receptors) may also be involved in the regulation of gastric mucosal integrity. ...
Gastric mucosal integrity can be influenced both by peripheral and central mechanisms. In the periphery several protective factors pl
Metabolism of glycoconjugates in human gastric mucosa a review.
Zwierz K, et al. Acta Med Hung 1989 - Review. PMID 2699919
Glycoconjugates, viz. glycoproteins, glycolipids and proteoglycans, play an important role in the protection of human gastric mucosa against pepsin and hydrochloric acid. The biosynthesis and catabolism of these compounds in the human gastric mucosa have been studied. We isolated and identified the majority of the intermediates and isolated some enzymes, taking part in the biosynthesis of glycoconjugates in the human gastric mucosa, and have demonstrated that the human gastric mucosa is able to release reducing sugars from glycoconjugates and shows some glycosidase activity....
Glycoconjugates, viz. glycoproteins, glycolipids and proteoglycans, play an important role in the protection of human gastric muco
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