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  • Two polymorphisms, C/T13910 and G/A22018, linked to hypolactasia, correlate with breath hydrogen and symptoms after lactose.

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  • Genotyping for the C/C-13910 variant of lactase persistence/nonpersistence is a new way of determining susceptibility to adult-type hypolactasia; however, it cannot be used as a diagnostic tool to determine lactose intolerance, as the age of reduction of lactase varies (Enattah et al. 2002, Kuokkanen et al. 2003, Rasinper√§ et al. 2004).

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  • This hypolactasia causes insufficient digestion of lactose, the major carbohydrate of milk, a phenomenon called lactose malabsorption or lactose maldigestion.

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  • His family history shows a major inherited component, as with genetically predisposed hypolactasia.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • According to Campbell and Mathews (2005) lactose intolerance; in particular, vomiting and gut problems showed up two to three hours after a meal, the time it takes for lactose to reach the large intestine, and his family history shows a major inherited component, as with genetically predisposed hypolactasia.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • According to Campbell and Mathews (2005), all Darwin's symptoms match systemic [[lactose intolerance]]; in particular, vomiting and gut problems showed up two to three hours after a meal, the time it takes for lactose to reach the large intestine, and his family history shows a major inherited component, as with genetically predisposed hypolactasia.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • (In European, especially Scandinavian, medical journals, doctors will use hypolactasia in place of any of these three terms.

    Answers to Questions from Readers, part 2

  • Symptoms and Delayed-Type Immune Responses, by Laura Paajanen, that I just wrote about in The Different Types of Dairy Allergy also has some good technical information on lactose intolerance (also called hypolactasia in some of the medical literature.

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