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Our understanding of human colonic motility, and autonomic reflexes that generate motor patterns, has increased markedly through high-resolution manometry. Details of the motor patterns are emerging related to frequency and propagation characteristics that allow linkage to interstitial cells of...
The activation peptide of mammalian trypsinogens typically contains a tetra-aspartate motif (positions P2-P5 in Schechter-Berger numbering) that inhibits autoactivation and facilitates activation by enteropeptidase. This evolutionary mechanism protects the pancreas from premature trypsinogen...
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