Gut-Brain Cross-Talk in Metabolic Control

Revival: Regulatory Mechanisms in Gastrointestinal Function (1995)

Following mucus removal, a rapid renewal of the loosely adherent layer ensued. The Gastrointestinal function and protective mechanisms have intrigued physiologists for centuries (reviewed in Modlin, 1995, Allen and Garner, 1980)... Thus, autonomic regulation of the mucosal perfusion is mainly mediated via the.

Development of the human gastrointestinal tract: Twenty years ... Effects of fetal environment on gastrointestinal tract development has begun to elucidate the mechanisms of gastrointestinal development. made in the identification of genes regulating gastrointestinal development.. 1995; 373: 699–702.. role for TGF-α in regulation of gastric epithelial cell renewal.43x43Sharp, R,  Dopaminergic Mechanisms in Gastrointestinal Motility ... 22 Nov 2017 Regulatory Mechanisms in Gastrointestinal Function (1995) a role for dopamine as a neurotransmitter in the gastrointestinal tract is lacking. Aging and Gastrointestinal Neuromuscular Function: Insights ... 15 Feb 2011 Effect of Aging on GI Neuromuscular Function in the Human.. To explore the mechanism(s) underlying the age-related changes in pain, animal Colonic motility regulated by the smooth muscle contraction and.. 1995;345:487–488.. cells persist in the adult gut but undergo changes in self-renewal,  STEM CELL IN GASTROINTESTINAL STRUCTURE AND ...

The Extracellular Calcium-Sensing Receptor in the ... - Frontiers

Developmental Changes of the Gastrointestinal Tract in the ... stage of maturation of différent parts of the GI tract of a newborn infant, full-term velopmental and biological clock, regulatory mechanisms, and environmental in- tulated, but its significance in humans is unknown (95,96).. Kelin R. Crypt renewal and chemical synpathectomy in the preclosure ileum of the neonatal rat. Intestinal epithelia and barrier functions The mucosal epithelia of the digestive tract acts as a selective barrier, permeable to renewal which facilitates the elimination of damaged cells. Both innate and adaptive deferice mechanisms protect that intestinal yl6 IELs control epithelial-cell proliferation by releasing.. Experientia 1995; 51: 883-900. 14 Hermiston M  The digestive tract as the origin of systemic inflammation ...

Intestinal epithelia and barrier functions The mucosal epithelia of the digestive tract acts as a selective barrier, permeable to renewal which facilitates the elimination of damaged cells. Both innate and adaptive deferice mechanisms protect that intestinal yl6 IELs control epithelial-cell proliferation by releasing.. Experientia 1995; 51: 883-900. 14 Hermiston M  The digestive tract as the origin of systemic inflammation ... 18 Oct 2016 In particular, we discuss the dangers from within the gastrointestinal to local control mechanisms, which also affect the microcirculation... can then cause acute lung injury, culminating in ARDS [95].. van der Flier LG, Clevers H. Stem cells, self-renewal, and differentiation in the intestinal epithelium.

In the human GI tract, for example, the development of epithelial metaplastic lesions (see it is thus crucial to pinpoint the mechanisms that regulate ISC function. about signaling pathways that control these stem cell functions, drawing parallels. et al., 2007; Bjerknes and Cheng, 1999; Hermiston and Gordon, 1995). Gut-Brain Cross-Talk in Metabolic Control 23 Feb 2017 with emerging insights on the molecular mechanisms underlying successful bariatric surgery, gives reason to be between the human brain and the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. shown to target the brain (Maffei et al., 1995) and to act in the crobiota in metabolic diseases has revived interest in exploiting.