Effects of two commercial emulsifiers, MYRJ 45 and MYRJ 52, on gastric acidity and gastrointestinal motility of human subjects.

@article{Oler1955EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of two commercial emulsifiers, MYRJ 45 and MYRJ 52, on gastric acidity and gastrointestinal motility of human subjects.},
  author={Wesley M. Oler and V C Craemer},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={1955},
  volume={28 2},
  pages={
          281-7
        }
}
Summary The effect on gastric acidity of two emulsifiers, MYRJ 45 and MYRJ 52, used commercially in certain foods, was tested in 12 human subjects by the method of fractional gastric analysis using concentrations in the test meals 3 to 10 times the maximum concentration in the foods to which they were applicable. The results indicate no detectable influence of the compounds on gastric acidity. Periodic roentgen observations on the progress of three test meals, one containing barium sulfate and… CONTINUE READING

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