Trubitsyna IE1*, Parfenov AI1, Ruchkina I1, Papysheva LD1, Vasilyeva IS2, Efremov LI1, Firsova LD1, Akhmadullina O1, KleschevaTV3 and Vinokurova LV1
1GBUZ MKNTS Named After A.S. Loginova DZM, Moscow, Russia. State Budgetary Institution of Health Care “Moscow Clinical Scientific Center named after A. S. Loginov, Department of Health, Moscow
2Department of Hospital Therapy № 2 FGAOU VPO First Moscow State Medical University. I. M. Sechenov of the Ministry of Health of Russia (sechenovskiy University), Moscow, Russia
3Physical Education”, Financial University of the Russian Federation, Russia
*Corresponding Author: Trubitsyna IE, GBUZ MKNTS Named After A.S. Loginova DZM, Moscow, Russia. State Budgetary Institution of Health Care "Moscow Clinical Scientific Center named after A S. Loginov, Department of Health, Moscow.
Received: March 24, 2022; Published: April 22, 2022
Functional disorders are based on changes in the regulatory mechanisms that control the vital activity of organs, especially the gastrointestinal tract. The purpose of our research was to study changes in physiologically active compounds (PhAC), which are constantly present in the body, but from their concentration and moment depends on the state of the functional state of the cell, tissue, organ. The main regulatory neurotransmitter is acetylcholine (Ach), a neurotransmitter in the system of transmission of nerve impulses to the target cell, which interacts with Ach via a receptor and responds by changing its functions. In the body, there are strict mechanisms for regulating the concentration PhAC, physiologically active compounds. This mechanism is based on enzyme/substrate relationships (Figure 2) PhAC, with degrading enzymes PhAC. This mechanism is able to keep the concentration PhAC, at a constant level, regardless of exo- and endo-influences; it was formed long ago, is unique and absolutely conservative. It is believed that at birth each person receives an individual microflora and spectrum PhAC.
Citation: Trubitsyna IE., et al. “Functional Dysfunction is a Mysterious and Beautiful Stranger". Acta Scientific Gastrointestinal Disorders 5.5 (2022): 38-39.
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