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(Enterprise Networking Services) A variety of networking services from Banyan that have been separated from VINES and made available on other platforms such as NetWare, Windows NT and AIX. They include the Streettalk directory, network management and electronic mail services.
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From neural crest to bowel: Development of the enteric nervous system.
De Giorgio, "Parkinson disease: the enteric nervous system spills its guts," Neurology, vol.
17-19] In particular, CRF increases mucus and water secretion into the colon from cells lining the colon wall, and activates the enteric nervous system.
Hirschsprung's disease: Current management and prospects for transplantation of enteric nervous system progenitor cells.
Sometimes referred to as the "second brain", the enteric nervous system is a highly complex network of neurons which controls motor functions, local blood flow, secretory activity, immune and hormonal functions along the gut.
The causes of constipation are discussed at length, including unhealthy diets, inadequate exercise, too little fluid intake, weakness of the enteric nervous system, overuse of laxatives, and other health problems or side effects of certain medications.
The current theory of Parkinson's origins (known as Braak's hypothesis) is that the earliest signs of Parkinson's are found in lie enteric nervous system, the medulla, and the olfactory bulb, which controls your sense of smell.
Gibson also said that physicians who want to help their patients manage their symptoms need to understand how foods can interact with the enteric nervous system, which controls most GI functions.
Physicians who want to help their patients manage symptoms need to understand how foods can interact with the enteric nervous system, which controls most GI functions, noted Dr.
Additionally, by using the isolated guinea pig ileum model, the effects of Byrsonima crassifolia extracts on the enteric nervous system were evaluated.
Thus, a possible alteration caused by the parasite on the Enteric Nervous System (ENS)--responsible for the digestive tube intrinsic innervation (FURNESS, 2006)--may be related to diarrhea pathophysiology.
Examples of these are the entoneural, or aboral, nervous system found mainly in crinoids (Hyman, 1955) and the enteric nervous system described by our group (Garcia-Arraras et al.