Northern Gastric Brooding

Some articles on gastric:

Troxipide - Mechanism of Action - Enhancement of Mucosal Metabolism
... Gastric parietal cells are rich in mitochondria which provide energy in the form of ATP for cells by oxidative phosphorylation, critical to maintain the proper morphology and function of gastric mucosa ... Troxipide accelerates oxygen intake of marginal gastric mucosa and glycogen consumptive stimulation of the gastric mucosa of the corpus, thereby elevating the ...
Gastric-brooding Frog - Cause of Extinction
... from global warming and Chytridiomycosis The cause for the gastric-brooding frogs' extinction is unknown but habitat loss/degradation, pollution, pathogens, parasites and ... Populations of Southern Gastric-brooding Frogs were present in logged catchments between 1972 and 1979 ... The effects of such logging activities upon Southern Gastric-brooding Frogs was not investigated but the species did continue to inhabit streams in the logged ...
Lafutidine - Mechanism of Action - Gastroprotective Action
... nitric oxide (NO) production in endothelial cells, where NO participates in the regulation of gastric mucosal blood flow through vasodilation in the gastric ... pylori with the gastric cells, thereby preventing diseases like peptic ulcer ...
Lensor - Mechanism of Action
... Omeprazole is a proton pump inhibitor that suppresses gastric acid secretion by specific inhibition of the H+/K+-ATPase in the gastric parietal cell ... on the proton pump, omeprazole blocks the final step in acid production, thus reducing gastric acidity ...
Troxipide
... Troxipide is a novel systemic non-antisecretory gastric cytoprotective agent with anti-ulcer, anti-inflammatory and mucus secreting properties irrespective of pH of stomach or duodenum ... It is used for the management of gastric ulcers, and amelioration of gastric mucosal lesions in acute gastritis and acute exacerbation of chronic gastritis ...

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