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Diet, faecal pH and colorectal cancer.
We suggest that a lower faecal pH may be correlated with a lower mortality of large-bowel cancer and that faecal pH should always be considered in epidemiological studies on the role of diet in colonExpand
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Bile acids and pH values in total feces and in fecal water from habitually omnivorous and vegetarian subjects.
Twenty habitually omnivorous subjects and 19 habitually lactoovovegetarian subjects aged 59-65 y collected feces during 4 consecutive days. The concentrations of bile acids in total feces did notExpand
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Oral administration of deuterium-labelled polyamines to sucking rat pups: luminal uptake, metabolic fate and effects on gastrointestinal maturation.
Non-physiological amounts of oral polyamines have been reported to induce precocious gut maturation in rat pups. The aim of the present study was to investigate organ distribution and metabolic fateExpand
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Is urinary sulfate a biomarker for the intake of animal protein and meat?
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Bile acids, neutral steroids, and bacteria in feces as affected by a mixed, a lacto-ovovegetarian, and a vegan diet.
In a metabolic ward 12 healthy male subjects consumed mixed Western (M), lacto-ovovegetarian (L), and vegan (V) diets in a randomized order for 20 d each. The concentrations of deoxycholic acid,Expand
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Fecapentaene excretion and fecal mutagenicity in relation to nutrient intake and fecal parameters in humans on omnivorous and vegetarian diets.
Fecapentaenes are strong fecal mutagenic compounds presumably occurring in the majority of Western human individuals, and are possibly essential initiators of colon carcinogenesis. Dietary factorsExpand
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Bile Acid Concentrations, Cytotoxicity, and pH of Fecal Water from Patients with Colorectal Adenomas
In the multistage model of human colorectaltumorigenesis, both genetic and environmental factorsplay an important role. The identity of theenvironmental factors involved, however, still remainsto beExpand
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Sulfated bile acids in human feces.
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Chromatographic methods for the determination of toxicants in faeces.
Modern chromatographic techniques and their application in the determination of toxic compounds in faeces are reviewed. Faecal analysis may be of importance in toxicokinetic studies of xenobiotics inExpand
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