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Dai-kenchu-to enhances accelerated small intestinal movement



Dai-kenchu-to enhances accelerated small intestinal movement



Biological & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 24(10): 1122-1126



The present study was conducted to clarify the effects of Dai-kenchu-to on accelerated small intestinal movement.

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PMID: 11642315

DOI: 10.1248/bpb.24.1122


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