Definition of Gastrointestinal Absorption Induction

Gastrointestinal absorption induction involves initiation of activities of uptake from the intestinal lumen of fluids, solutes, proteins, fats, and other nutrients into the intestinal epithelial cells, blood, lymph, or interstitial fluids.

Gastrointestinal Absorption Induction is from the group

Gastrointestinal Process

Other Names for Gastrointestinal Absorption Induction

Gastrointestinal Absorption Induction

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