Ethanol-Related Gastric Mucosal Damage: Evidence of a Free Radical-Mediated Mechanism and Beneficial Effect of Oral Supplementation with Bionormalizer, a Novel Natural Antioxidant

@article{Marotta1999EthanolRelatedGM,
  title={Ethanol-Related Gastric Mucosal Damage: Evidence of a Free Radical-Mediated Mechanism and Beneficial Effect of Oral Supplementation with Bionormalizer, a Novel Natural Antioxidant},
  author={F. Marotta and H. Tajiri and P. Safran and E. Fesce and G. Id{\'e}o},
  journal={Digestion},
  year={1999},
  volume={60},
  pages={538 - 543}
}
  • F. Marotta, H. Tajiri, +2 authors G. Idéo
  • Published 1999
  • Medicine
  • Digestion
  • Twenty-two healthy teetotal volunteers underwent gastroscopy during which biopsy samples from the antrum and body were taken for chemiluminescence assay, routine histology, and for malonyldialdehyde, xanthine oxidase and glutathione determination. Subjects were divided into 2 groups which, in a double-blind fashion, were randomly and orally given either (a) Bionormalizer 9 g at bedtime and 3 h prior examination, or (b) flavored sugar 9 g as placebo. During the second gastroscopy 40 ml of 80… CONTINUE READING

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