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A similar strategy on 2 - AG is also promising since 2 - AG levels in the brain may naturally higher than anandamide is. Two years ago, the Cravatt and Lichtman laboratories jointly reported the development of an inhibitor of 2-AG, of breakdown enzyme, monoacylglycerol lipase . When administered to mice, it reinforces their brain levels of 2-AG. On average by a factor of eight, and produced an analgesic effect comparable to that of FAAH inhibitors.. An alternative strategy is to increase to a level of the endogenous cannabinoids by inhibiting the enzymes that normally break it. And so far it worked for anandamide. Inhibitors of its breakdown enzyme fatty acid amide hydrolase , have been shown to increase anandamide levels and reduce pain and inflammation without adverse side effects in animal studies and clinical trials.Rubino modify this popular gastric bypass surgery known as Roux-en - Y for his idea of of the trial in diabetic rennet rodents. Classic operation, of the gastro pinched so it may hold less food. Surgical incisions keep the remainder of stomach and the upper part of the small intestine, called the duodenal Instead the reception. Instead, the stomach empty containers are directly into the ground. The small bowel, the jejunum to Rubino The variation of, mentioned duodenum jejunal bypass , the gastrointestinal intact, but the remainder of of the procedure is the same.

Allison Goldfine the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston.. Studies at the University of in Toronto reported online this month published in Nature Medicine can including stating why you examined the effects which bypass surgery on rats with type 1 diabetes that be even more difficult a type -2 to handle. Normally, the jejunal only be is replaced digests as nutritional as nutrients Already a were absorption in the duodenum, stated principal investigator Tony Lam.