Intestinal Epithelial Barrier Dysfunction in Disease and Possible Therapeutical Interventions
Keywords: Antigen; Apical Junctional Complex; Barrier dysfunction; Bio-breeding diabetic; E. coli; EPITHELIAL BARRIER; Growth factors; NF-κB; Shigella flex- neri; Vibrio cholera; absorption; actin-myosin cytoskeleton; alcoholic; apoptosis; auto-antibodies; bacteria translocation; bacterial attachment; basolateral factors; calcium depletion; caveolae-vesicles; cellular polarity; cholesterol; colitis; colonic crypt; ctomyosin ring; cytoskeleton; cytoskeleton reorganization; detergent-insoluble; diarrhoea; diffusion; disease; electrical resistance; endogenous factors; endotoxaemia; enterocytes; enteropathies; epithelial injury; epithelial permeability; epithelial resistance; ethanol; exogenous stimuli; exosomes; gastrointestinal; gluten proteins; glycaemia; horseradish peroxidase; hydrophilic molecules; hyperplasia; ileum; immu-noglobulin; immune cells; inflammatory bowel disease; inflammatory bowel syndrome; interferon(; intestinal epithelial cells; intestinal permeability; jejunum; lactulose/mannitol; luminal antigens; macropinocytosis; microdomains; microfilaments; mucosal infiltration; myosin IX; myosin light; myosin light chain kinase; neuro-endocrine; neutrophils; non-intestinal disorders; nonalcoholic; nucleotide; pathogenic strains; pathogens; perijunctional actomyosin ring; phosphoinositide; placebo; polymerization; polymorphisms; polymorphonuclear; pouchitis; predisposition; probiotics; proinflammatory; proinflammatory cytokine; proinflammatory cytokines; protease activated receptor-2; protein kinase; sealing; seru; sphingolipid; subepithelial electrical; sucrase isomaltase; sulfonic acid; tight junction; toxins; transepithelial migration; trypsin-lik; tumour necrosis; ulcerative colitis; xenobiotics; ytoplasmic plaque; zonula occludens toxin
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2011-01-01
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