Gut

The gut, also known as the alimentary canal or alimentary tract, is a tube by which bilaterian we transfer food to the digestion organs.
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Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP)

Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP)

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High ALP levels can indicate that a person’s bile ducts are somehow partially or totally blocked or inflamed. Often, ALP is high in people who have cancer that has spread to the liver or the bones, and doctors can do further testing to see if this has happened. If a person with bone or liver cancer responds to treatment, ALP levels will d...
CA 50

CA 50

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This is a tumour marker that is usually associated with cancer of the bladder or colon. Levels can be measured to monitor the effectiveness of treatments......
Candida Antibodies

Candida Antibodies

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Candida are almost universal in low numbers on healthy adult skin and albicans is part of the normal flora of the mucous membranes of the respiratory, gastrointestinal, and female genital tracts. In the case of skin, the dryness of skin compared to other tissues prevents the growth of the fungus, but damaged skin or skin in intertriginous...
Faecal Occult Blood/FOB

Faecal Occult Blood/FOB

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The faecal occult blood test (FOB) or faecal immunological test (FIT) checks for blood in your faeces. Normally, there will not be enough blood lost through the gastrointestinal tract (stomach and intestines) to turn a FIT positive or for you to notice it by looking. Any significant amount of blood being passed (seen as bloody or dark, ta...
Leptin

Leptin

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Leptin: A hormone produced mainly by fat cells that is involved in the regulation of body fat. Leptin interacts with areas of the brain that control hunger and behaviour and signals that the body has had enough to eat......