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Water movement through lipid bilayers, pores, and plasma membranes
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Abnormalities in intestinal electrolyte transport in congenital chloridorrhoea
An investigation of small intestinal electrolyte transport was performed in a subject with congenital chloridorrhoea using a constant perfusion technique. The results indicate that the diarrhoea wasExpand
Chronic Q fever.
Sixteen cases of chronic Q fever are described. In eight there was a history of exposure to infection from farms or farm products. All had valvular heart disease, involving the mitral valve in nineExpand
Electrolyte transport across colonic mucosa from patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
To investigate the pathogenesis of diarrhea in inflammatory bowel disease, electrolyte transport was examined in vitro in stripped colonic mucosa taken from the sigmoid or descending colon inExpand
Metabolism of amylobarbitone in patients with chronic liver disease
1 A single dose of amylobarbitone (3·23 mg/kg) was given by intravenous injection to each of ten healthy controls and two groups of five patients with chronic liver disease. A curve of serumExpand
pH of the microclimate lining human gastric and duodenal mucosa in vivo. Studies in control subjects and in duodenal ulcer patients.
Measurements of pH in the microclimate on gastric and duodenal mucosa were made during gastrointestinal endoscopy in 21 normal subjects and 9 duodenal ulcer patients. In controls luminal andExpand
Comparison of delayed release 5 aminosalicylic acid (mesalazine) and sulphasalazine in the treatment of mild to moderate ulcerative colitis relapse.
Oral formulations of 5-aminosalicylic acid (mesalazine) appear less toxic than sulphasalazine. We have therefore compared sulphasalazine, low dose mesalazine and high dose mesalazine in the treatmentExpand
Comparison of delayed-release 5-aminosalicylic acid (mesalazine) and sulfasalazine as maintenance treatment for patients with ulcerative colitis.
To assess the safety and efficacy of delayed-release mesalazine (5-aminosalicylic acid) as maintenance treatment for patients with ulcerative colitis, 100 patients with quiescent colitis wereExpand
Sulphasalazine induced seminal abnormalities in ulcerative colitis: results of mesalazine substitution.
Seminal abnormalities are commonly found during sulphasalazine treatment. Although these changes appear reversible after drug withdrawal this may result in colitis relapse. Animal studies suggestExpand
Influence of opiates on ion transport across rabbit ileal mucosa.
Opiates are commonly used as antidiarrheal agents, and endogenous opioids have been demonstrated in the intestine. It seemed important therefore to investigate the effects of morphine on ionExpand