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Vitamin B12 needs gastric acid to release it from ingested food, and intrinsic factor secreted in the gastric juices for absorption.
Immediately after the scope reached the stomach, approximately, 20 ml of gastric juice, termed gastric juice A (GJA), was collected with an aspiration kit (MD33050, Sumitomo Bakelite Co., LTD., Tokyo, Japan).
If we take the water during or immediately after a meal, this dilutes the gastric juice and can also slow down digestion.
Different specific inhibitors were employed in order to identify the contribution of individual protease classes to the total proteolytic activity of the gastric juice of both crustacean species (Table 2).
When studying various nanoparticles' degradation, the samples have been located in the simulated solution of gastric juice (0.1 M of HCl) and kept within different periods of time (from 1 to 22 hours).
Actually, many possible disturbances such as gastric juice, shadows, excessive bright regions, and air bubbles show various appearances in different images and make it difficult to extract color or texture feature from the histology of digestive tract and therefore cause these extracted features unreliable.
To confirm this result, alantolactone and isoalantolactone each was incubated in vitro with gastric juice, intestinal juice, fecal bacteria, and liver microsomes.
Effect of eradication of Helicobacter pylori on gastric juice ascorbic acid concentrations.
Results indicate that the particles in the intestinal juice became easily collapsed, while in contrast there was no significant shape change in the gastric juice. Both spheric and oblate particles in intestinal juice swelled gradually over time and began to collapse 4 hours later.
In the first stage of this study, EAMM was tested in the pyloric ligation assay to evaluate its potential in modulating the gastric content parameters such as gastric juice's volume, pH, free and total acidity, and gastric wall mucus content.
The extract-induced reductions in acid secretion were accompanied by significant reductions in volumes of gastric juice and gastric pH in both experimental models.