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mechanism for this decrease in sodium transport is not completely understood, it seems likely that VFAs, which are highly lipid soluble in an acidic environment, diffuse into the squamous cells that line the nonglandular portion of the gastric mucosa and

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resistant to the acidic environment and bile salts present in the gastrointestinal tract 43 and be able to adhere to the intestinal mucosa to provide protection against pathogenic bacteria (eg, Campylobacter spp) by competitive inhibition. 44 The model

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cells remaining after surgery may multiply in the environment of inflammation and wound healing at the site and rapidly grow into the recurrent tumor. 30–32 Results of our study further indicate that although the presence of malignant cells in the

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Primary osteoarthritis and cartilage injury are characterized by continual degradation of the joint environment and disruption of cartilage homeostasis, frequently resulting in chronic pain and increasing joint dysfunction. The prevalence of joint

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Many consumers are interested in issues concerning the environment, food safety, animal well-being, and farm structure. Therefore, methods to improve the well-being and general health of production animals, decrease the use of antimicrobials, and

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, et al. Neocartilage formation in 1g, stimulated, and microgravity environments: implication for tissue engineering . Tissue Eng Part A 2010 ; 16 : 1729 – 1736 . 10.1089/ten.tea.2008.0624 32. Corps AN Robinson AH Movin T , et al

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