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Metallomics, ISSN 1756-591X, 2019, Volume 11, Issue 8, pp. 1411 - 1418
Exposure to inorganic arsenic, principally to As( ), has an effect on intestinal permeability, causing a loss of intestinal barrier function. Inorganic arsenic... 
Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology | Science & Technology | Adenocarcinoma | Cell culture | Gastrointestinal tract diseases | Arsenic | Toxicity | Epithelial cells | Inflammation | Epithelium | Zonula occludens-1 protein | Metabolites | Intestine | Monolayers | Colon | Disruption | Interleukin 8 | Structure-function relationships | Index Medicus
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European journal of integrative medicine, ISSN 1876-3820, 01/2018, Volume 17, pp. 22 - 25
Two of the three pillars of evidence-based practice emphasise the importance of using the best available academic research and experience from clinical... 
Complementary medicine | Increased intestinal permeability | Whole system research | Review | Clinical practice | Health services research | Leaky gut | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Integrative & Complementary Medicine | Science & Technology | Medical care | Alternative medicine | Research
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Pharmaceutical development and technology, ISSN 1097-9867, 01/2020, Volume 25, Issue 4, pp. 1 - 10
.... Wetting process was studied by contact angle and solution process. The abilities of HPMC to inhibit crystallization and improve membrane permeability were demonstrated by fluorescence spectroscopy, dynamic light scattering analysis... 
improved permeability | amorphous solid dispersions | inhibited crystallization | increased dissolution | Quercetin | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Pharmacology & Pharmacy | Science & Technology | Index Medicus
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Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology, 11/2020, pp. 1 - 6
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Blood, ISSN 0006-4971, 2015, Volume 125, Issue 21, pp. 3335 - 3346
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International medical journal, ISSN 1341-2051, 09/2011, Volume 18, Issue 3, pp. 212 - 216
Background: Besides playing a major role in digestion and absorption, intestinal wall acts as a barrier between the lumen of the intestine and the internal organs of the body... 
Intestinal barrier | Increased intestinal permeability | Medicine, General & Internal | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | General & Internal Medicine | Science & Technology
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