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The effect of ethanol on the bioamin containing structures of the jejunum and ileum walls at different periods of chronic alcoholic intoxication was investigated. The quantitative description of the catecholamine and serotonin content in the enterocytes of epithelial lining villi, submucosa mast cells, crypt enterocytes and muscle membrane is given for the first time by means of luminescent microscopy and cyto spectrofluorimetry. It was established that in the initial period of chronic alcohol intoxication for 60 days in rats increased serotonin effect on intestinal functional structures was observed. On longer terms there is a disturbance of relationships of biogenic amines and the regulating role of catecholamines starts to prevail.


L M Iakovleva, L A Liubovtseva, M D Timofeeva. Changes in neuromediator regulation of the small intestine in experimental alcoholic intoxication]. Ėksperimental'nai͡a i klinicheskai͡a gastroėnterologii͡a = Experimental & clinical gastroenterology. 2012(3):68-71

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