Development of the gastrointestinal tract, Volume 1 by Ian R. Sanderson, W. Allan Walker

By Ian R. Sanderson, W. Allan Walker

The authors chronicle the advance of the gastrointestinal process, starting with the embryology of the gastrointestinal tract via improvement of cells to hormones and enzymes. every one part presents an in depth clarification of the correct level of improvement in order that citizens and clinicians can higher comprehend the interrelationships of every constitution. specific awareness is given to the newest mobile details and gene promoters within the rules of intestinal improvement. assurance of defects because of trauma and infections is additionally incorporated.

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C. Decker Inc. for their help and support in developing and publishing this book. IAN R. SANDERSON, MD, FRCPCH W. C. [/PU][DP]1999[/DP]End of Citation Page ix This book is dedicated to Otakar Koldovsky, MD, PhD, who died on April 5, 1998.  In addition, he was responsible for the training of many students and young scientists.  He later moved to Philadelphia, where he remained for 11 years, and served as a faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania.  His recent research focused on breast milk composition, especially the effect of milk-borne factors on the development of the gastrointestinal tract.

Role of the Intestinal Lumen in the Ontogeny of the Gastrointestinal Tract Uzma Shah, MD, Ian R. Sanderson, MD, FRCPCH 245 16. Development of Digestive Enzyme Secretion Margit Hamosh, PhD, Paul Hamosh, MD 261 17. Ontogeny of the Intestinal Flora Ingegerd Adlerberth, MB, PhD, Lars Åke Hanson, MD, PhD, Agnes E. Wold, MD, PhD 279 18. Genetic Models of Gastrointestinal Development Alan N. Mayer, MD, PhD, W. Allan Walker, MD 293 19. Ectopic Transplantation Techniques for Evaluating Gastrointestinal Development Tor C.

Role of the Intestinal Lumen in the Ontogeny of the Gastrointestinal Tract Uzma Shah, MD, Ian R. Sanderson, MD, FRCPCH 245 16. Development of Digestive Enzyme Secretion Margit Hamosh, PhD, Paul Hamosh, MD 261 17. Ontogeny of the Intestinal Flora Ingegerd Adlerberth, MB, PhD, Lars Åke Hanson, MD, PhD, Agnes E. Wold, MD, PhD 279 18. Genetic Models of Gastrointestinal Development Alan N. Mayer, MD, PhD, W. Allan Walker, MD 293 19. Ectopic Transplantation Techniques for Evaluating Gastrointestinal Development Tor C.

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