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Why does cholera toxin only affect the epithelial cells in the small intestine?

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Human Intestinal Epithelial Cells ... secretes cholera toxin that is ... YY and substance P. Paneth cells , only present in the small intestine, ...
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AQA BIOLOGY BIOL1---- JANUARY 9th 2013. ... "The cholera toxin only affects the epithelial cells of ... affects the epithelial cells of the small intestine ...
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Specimen question paper. ... acts on the epithelial cells of the small intestine and ... cholera toxin only affects the epithelial cells of ...
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... bacterial toxins and the gastrointestinal mucosa? ... architecture of epithelial cells, ... perfringens β-toxin on the rabbit small intestine and ...
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Intoxications and Infections of the Small Intestine. ... small intestine. The enterotoxin (cholera toxin) ... small intestine. The epithelial cells ...
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Specialized Cells of the GI ... small intestine. The importance of stem cells in the intestinal crypts is illustrated by recovery from cholera. The cholera ...
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