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said that by adding probiotics in the form of IPA-producing bacteria to the intestine or by administering IPA directly, might be able to prevent or treat IBD and other inflammatory disorders that occur when the intestinal epithelium has been compromised.
Histologically, the crop is lined by a single-layered epithelium with cubic epithelial cells each one containing a central and well-developed spherical nucleus with condensed chromatin.
We have generated preliminary data demonstrating that stimulated intestinal epithelial cells release proteolytic activity predominantly on the basolateral side, suggesting that epithelium-derived proteases could then modify mucosal physiology and participate to the dialogue between epithelium and other mucosal cells such as enteric neurons.
Sperm storage in the oviduct involves an intimate association of sperm with the epithelium of the storage tubules and a stabilization of sperm membrane integrity.
Dietary supplementation with soy isoflavones reduces blood cholesterol and preserves the vaginal epithelium in rats subjected to ovary removal (ovariectomy).
The researchers "also observed an insignificant increase in incidence of malignant schwannomas of the peripheral nerves in males, as well as hyperplasia of the olfactory epithelium in males and females.
Similarly, we did not find viral antigen in bronchiolar epithelium in the lung sections.
05% crystal violet detected Barrett's epithelium with 89% sensitivity, 86% specificity, and 88% diagnostic accuracy in 100 patients with suspected short-segment Barrett's esophagus.