Célia Regina Scoaris

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OBJECTIVE The effects of a cafeteria diet on the small intestine were investigated in adult Wistar rats under sedentary conditions and after physical training. METHODS Parameters including morphometry, enzyme activities, and total myenteric populations in the jejunum were evaluated. RESULTS The cafeteria diet, characterized as hyperlipidic, produced(More)
Background: Neuropathy is one of the complications caused by diabetes mellitus which is directly related to the gastrointestinal manifestations of the disease. Antioxidant substances, such as vitamin E, may play an important role in the reduction of the neurological damage caused by diabetes mellitus. The aim of the present study was to determine whether(More)
BACKGROUND Neuropathy is one of the complications caused by diabetes mellitus which is directly related to the gastrointestinal manifestations of the disease. Antioxidant substances, such as vitamin E, may play an important role in the reduction of the neurological damage caused by diabetes mellitus. The aim of the present study was to determine whether(More)
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