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1 Description of a dynamic in vitro model of the dog gastrointestinal tract and an evaluation of various transit times for protein and calcium
article 1999    
Author: Smeets-Peeters, M.J.E. · Minekus, M. · Havenaar, R. · Schaafsma, G. · Verstegen, M.W.A.
Keywords: Nutrition · Availability · Calcium · Digestibility · In vitro gastrointestinal model · Protein · Transit time · M protein · Computer simulation · Digestion · Dog · Gastrointestinal tract · Intestine secretion · Intestine transit time · Peristalsis · Physical model · Priority journal · Small intestine · Stomach absorption · Stomach emptying · Stomach wall
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2 Folic acid and 5-methyltetrahydrofolate in fortified milk are bioaccessible as determined in a dynamic in vitro gastrointestinal model
article 2003    
Author: Verwei, M. · Arkbåge, K. · Havenaar, R. · Berg, H. van den · Witthöft, C. · Schaafsma, G.
Keywords: Nutrition · Physiological Sciences · Bioavailability · Folate · Folate-binding protein · Fortified milk · In vitro gastrointestinal model · 5 methyltetrahydrofolic acid · folate binding protein · folic acid · article · bioavailability · compartment model · computer model · high temperature · intermethod comparison · milk · milk level · protein stability · stomach absorption · stomach pH · Animals · Biological Availability · Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid · Digestive System · Folic Acid · Food, Fortified · Milk · Models, Biological · Tetrahydrofolates
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3 D-Tagatose increases butyrate production by the colonic microbiota in healthy men and women
article 2005    
Author: Venema, K. · Vermunt, S.H.F. · Brink, E.J.
Keywords: Health · Biomedical Research · Butyrate · Colon · D-tagatose · Gastrointestinal health · Healthy subjects · Microbiota · butyric acid · fructose oligosaccharide · lipid · placebo · prebiotic agent · short chain fatty acid · sucrose · tagatose · article · clinical trial · colon flora · controlled clinical trial · controlled study · crossover procedure · defecation · double blind procedure · female · gastrointestinal symptom · human · human experiment · in vitro study · in vivo study · incubation time · intestine absorption · Lactobacillus · male · normal human · parameter · priority journal · questionnaire · randomized controlled trial · safety · stomach absorption · Acacia acuminata · Microbiota · Rubus glaucus
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4 Cholecystokinin regulates satiation independently of the abdominal vagal nerve in a pig model of total subdiaphragmatic vagotomy
article 2015    
Author: Ripken, D. · Wielen, N. van der · Meulen, J. van der · Schuurman, T. · Witkamp, R.F. · Hendriks, H.F.J. · Koopmans, S.J.
Keywords: Biology · Cholecystokinin · Devazepide · Exendin (9-39) · Food intake regulation · Glucagon-like peptide 1 · Vagal nerve · Cholecystokinin · Cholecystokinin A receptor · Glucagon like peptide 1 · Glucagon like peptide 1 receptor · Glucose · Insulin · Paracetamol · Abdominal vagal nerve · Animal experiment · Animal model · Animal tissue · Autopsy · Cholecystokinin blood level · Controlled study · Drug absorption · Drug blood level · Fluid intake · Food intake · Glucose blood level · Hormonal regulation · Hormone response · Insulin blood level · Intestine motility · Male · Maximum plasma concentration · Nonhuman · Postprandial state · Patiety · Sham procedure · Stomach absorption · Stomach content · Stomach emptying · Subdiaphragmatic vagotomy · Time to maximum plasma concentration · Vagotomy · Vagus nerve · Weight gain · Biomedical Innovation · Healthy Living · Life · MSB - Microbiology and Systems Biology · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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