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Erwachsenentyp der Laktoseintoleranz

Laktasepersistenz ist eine autosomal dominanter genetischer Zustand, bei dem auch im Erwachsenenalter die Fähigkeit ungehindert Laktose im Dünndarm zu spalten erhalten bleibt. Bei den meisten Menschen geht diese Fähigkeit im Laufe des Lebens verloren und kann die Ursache für ein irritable Colon, eine Darmerkrankung mit rezidivierenden Durchfällen und Blähungen, darstellen. Ursächlich werden Polymorphismen im MCM6-Gen verantwortlich gemacht, die die Transkription der Laktase zu beeinflussen scheinen.

Symptome

Diarrhoe
Beim Erwachsenentyp der Laktoseintoleranz manifestiert sich die Diarhoe nag der Aufnahme von Milch und anderen lactosehaltigen Nahrungsmitteln erst in zunehmendem Alter.

Gliederung

Lebensmittelunverträglichkeiten
Eosinophile Peroxidase-Mangel
Erwachsenentyp der Laktoseintoleranz
LCT
MCM6
Fruktose Malabsorption
Fruktose-1,6-Bisphosphatase-Mangel
Fruktoseintoleranz
Fruktosurie
Glucose-Galactose-Malabsorption
Histamin-Intoleranz
Lactasemangel
Lysinurische Proteinintoleranz
Mastzell-Aktivierungs-Syndrom
Sitosterolämia
Trehalasemangel

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Wikipedia Artikel

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