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- Ventura-Juárez, Javier, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Infection and immunity 2006 v.74 no.3 pp. 1883-1889
- immunoglobulin M; secretion; Salmonella Typhimurium; immunoglobulin A; hypophysectomy; intestinal mucosa; immunoglobulin G; atrophy; cell-mediated immunity; vasopressin; Peyer's patches; spleen; blood serum; humans; humoral immunity; serotypes; intestinal absorption; immune response; gastrointestinal hormones; rats; bacterial colonization; oxytocin; anterior pituitary hormones; surface proteins
- ... The influence of anterior pituitary hormones on the gastrointestinal tract of humans and animals has been reported. Hypophysectomy (HYPOX) in the rat causes atrophy of the intestinal mucosa, reduction of gastric secretion and intestinal absorption, and increased susceptibility to infections. To our knowledge, there are no studies on the humoral immune response of the gut-associated lymphoid tissue ...
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