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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcolonicco‧lon‧ic /kəˈlɒnɪk $ -ˈlɑː-/ adjective  relating to the colon
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colonicThere have been no extensive studies of xenobiotic metabolising enzyme expression in colonic adenomas.Figure 2 illustrates lysozyme mRNA in a colonic biopsy specimen from a patient with longstanding ulcerative colitis.The six children with no colonic contractions had a hollow visceral myopathy and constipation.Correlation with platelet count was particularly good in colonic disease.The transit time in these patients was accelerated by a laxative, metoclopramide, and colonic lavage.In colonic neuropathies contractions were present, but their gastrocolonic response was absent and there were fewer HAPCs.The release of colonic regulatory peptides by bile salts does make physiological sense.
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