Effect of red chilli powder on DNA content of gastric aspirates
The intragastric infusion of red chilli powder in dosage of 1·6 and 0·8 g/hr caused a marked increase in the DNA content of the gastric aspirate compared with basal values for DNA. This observation suggests a rapid and marked exfoliation of gastric surface epithelial cells in human subjects given red chilli powder.
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