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caecum

(US), cecum
Anatomy any structure or part that ends in a blind sac or pouch, esp the pouch that marks the beginning of the large intestine

caecum

[′sē·kəm]
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Of 629 paired samples, 14 contained detectable HEV RNA in plasma and cecal samples.
Maturation of the murine cecal microbiota as revealed by terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism and 16S rRNA gene clone libraries.
Three of the most common mistakes that horse caretakers make in feeding their horses are: 1) leaving them without anything to eat for many hours at a time, disrupting the all-important cecal fermentation process and 2) over-feeding starchy grains and soluble sugars that can't all be absorbed in the small intestine quickly enough.
The technical or procedural factors that were significantly associated with detection of adenomas were cecal intubation, longer withdrawal time, higher-quality bowel preparation, use of an intravenous antispasmodic, earlier procedure start time, and greater colon-oscopist experience, Dr.
Cecal weight, cecal pH, tumor incidence, activity of selected enzymes; glutathione-s-transferase (GST), catalase (CAT), superoxide dismutase (SOD) were determined.
2000), avaliando porcentagem de amido dietetico sobre a atividade microbiana cecal, encontraram os valores para ganho de peso de 679,2 a 708,4 g e 3,22 a 4,03 para conversao alimentar, ja Oliveira e Almeida, (2002), trabalhando com desempenho de coelhos em crescimento criados em diferentes densidades populacionais, encontraram ganhos que variam de 740 a 780 g e 3,56 a 3,68 em conversao alimentar, enquanto que Furlan et al.
GC-MS Characterization of Fatty Acids and their Derivatives in Cecal Fluid.
IL-12, but not IL-18, is critical to neutrophil activation and resistance to polymicrobial sepsis induced by cecal ligation and puncture.
Transfer of the cecal flora of the hamster to the germfree C3H mouse: use of this model to study the flora of the anti-Clostridium difficile barrier.