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The Role of Physical Exercise in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
The relationship between physical exercise and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) which covers a group of chronic, relapsing, and remitting intestinal disorders including Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis is reviewed and analyzed. Expand
Role of endogenous nitric oxide in the control of canine pancreatic secretion and blood flow.
In anesthetized dogs, infusion of NG-nitro-L-arginine caused a significant reduction in the pancreatic blood flow both while resting and following stimulation with secretin plus cholecystokinin but did not affect this flow in animals treated with glyceryl trinitrate. Expand
The Role of Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase in Inflammatory Disorders of Gastrointestinal Tract
This review was designed to provide an update in recent research on the involvement of IAP in intestinal inflammatory processes with focus on IBD in experimental animal models and human patients. Expand
Effects of Exercise on Appetite and Food Intake Regulation
The evidence to date emphasizes the need to increase physical exercise levels, particularly because of the high prevalence of obesity, and the mechanisms behind the post exercise adjustments in short-term appetite control, and their long-term consequences are needed. Expand
Effects of exercise of different intensity on gut peptides, energy intake and appetite in young males.
Physical highly intensive exertion results in a temporary reduction in the subjective sensation of hunger but leads to an increased food intake, which suggests that moderate but not intensive physical exertion stimulates the secretion of ghrelin. Expand
Relationships between duodenal motility and pancreatic secretion in fasted and fed dogs.
It is concluded that the pancreatic secretion in fasted dogs fluctuates periodically in phase with duodenal motility, but the phase III peak secretory outputs represent only minute fractions of the maximal secretory capacity and can therefore be ignored in regular testing of Pancreatic secretion. Expand
Stimulation of sensory nerves and CGRP attenuate pancreatic damage in ischemia/reperfusion induced pancreatitis.
Stimulation of sensory nerves protects the pancreas against damage evoked by I/R, whereas ablation of these nerves aggravates tissue damage in the Pancreas exposed to I/S, partly dependent on CGRP release. Expand
Role of leptin in the control of postprandial pancreatic enzyme secretion.
It is concluded that leptin could take a part in the inhibition of postprandial pancreatic secretion and this effect could be related, at least in part, to the direct action of this peptide on pancreatic acini. Expand
Mechanisms by which Stress Affects the Experimental and Clinical Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD): Role of Brain-Gut Axis
The aims of this paper were to provide an overview of experimental and clinical evidences that stress activates the brain-gut axis which results in a mucosal mast cells activation and an increase in the production of proinflammatory cytokines and other endocrine and humoral mediators. Expand
Role of nitric oxide in gastroduodenal alkaline secretion.
  • J. Bilski, S. Konturek
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of physiology and pharmacology : an…
  • 1 December 1994
It is concluded that endogenous NO together with prostaglandins plays a significant role in secretory alkaline response of gastroduodenal mucosa to acid, food and capsaicin. Expand