According to Tables 3 & 5, four factors were concluded Income Factor, Independence Factor, Intrinsic Factor
and Family Security Factor, similar to what was concluded by Benzing, Chu and Kara (2009) where they found also four factors; Income Factor, Security Factor, Independence factor and Intrinsic Factor
, but with different loadings.
First, it makes some sense from a pathophysiologic standpoint, as intrinsic factor
is needed to absorb the small amounts of vitamin [B.sub.12] in our usual diets.
It is possible that a false normal vitamin B12 level may have been caused by interference from a high-titer of intrinsic factor
Serum Holotranscoblamine II (Active B12) was measured by fully automated AxSYM-Abbott Diagnostics chemiluminescent microparticle immunoassay (CMIA) for quantitative determination of Holotranscoblamin in human serum on Architect System (3P2425).6 Serum IF antibodies were measured by Quanta Lite TM Intrinsic Factor
ELISA (708780) INOVA using Diasorin ETI-max 3000 (Via Crescentino SNC 13040 Saluggia (VC) Italy).7 Serum GPC antibodies were measured by indirect immunofluorescence on mouse-stomach sections (NOVA Lite(R) ANA Plus).8
Older patients have poorer stomach acid production and are frequently prescribed proton pump inhibitors, which stop the stomach from secreting hydrochloric acid intrinsic factor
. They may be taking other drugs for pre-existing medical conditions like histamine-[H.sub.2] blockers, antacids, or metformin, a commonly prescribed drug for diabetes, which causes a disturbance in the ileum in the small intestine for the receptors to transfer vitamin [B.sub.12] in the body.
While the extrinsic motivation provided by the grading system may stimulate greater effort by some students, others may be motivated by intrinsic factors
. The goal of this study is to provide new evidence on the importance of grades in motivating students to complete coursework.
The free vitamin then binds with a glycoprotein, intrinsic factor
(IF), originating from the gastric parietal cells.
Pernicious anemia is a form of anemia that occurs when there is an absence of intrinsic factor
, a substance normally present in the stomach.
The intrinsic factor
indicated to what extent coaching is engaged in due to fun or enjoyment motives.
It is due to the malabsorption of Vitamin B12 resulting from lack of special factor called Intrinsic Factor
, which the body needs to absorb the vitamin from food.
It is presented as an intrinsic factor
in the model.
It is then bound by intrinsic factor
and transported from the proximal ileum to the distal ileum, where it is then bound to transcobalamin II for transport to the liver and bone marrow.