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  1. ... the muscle contractions that move food through the digestive tract (peristalsis).The FLNA gene variants that cause intestinal ... these musclar movements that move food through the digestive tract.Deletions or duplications of genetic material can affect ...
  2. ... protein is involved in the development of the digestive tract, skeletal muscles, kidneys, and other organs. More than ... in the development of nerves that control the digestive tract may help explain why many people with this ...
  3. ... enzyme is also found in salivary glands, the digestive tract, and airways in the throat and lungs. Dual ... C. Dual oxidase2 is expressed all along the digestive tract. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol. 2005 May; ...
  4. ... smooth muscle contractions that move food through the digestive tract (peristalsis). This condition mimics a physical blockage of ...
  5. ... have abnormalities in the nerves that control the digestive tract (Hirschsprung disease), resulting in severe constipation, intestinal blockage, ...
  6. ... as premature skin wrinkling and abnormalities of the digestive tract. More About This Health Condition elastin ELN_HUMAN ...
  7. ... SAR1B protein has studied its role in the digestive tract.The SAR1B protein is needed for the transport ...
  8. ... the muscle contractions that move food through the digestive tract (hypoperistalsis).The mutation that causes multisystemic smooth muscle ...
  9. ... that the protein functions in the nervous system, digestive tract, respiratory system, and other organs and tissues, from ...
  10. ... born with a life-threatening obstruction of the digestive tract called pyloric atresia. Mutations in the PLEC gene ...
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