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 improvement of the gastrointestinal approach, starting with the embryology of the gastrointestinal tract via improvement of cells to hormones and enzymes. every one part presents an in depth rationalization of the proper degree of improvement in order that citizens and clinicians can higher comprehend the interrelationships of every constitution. targeted awareness is given to the newest mobile info and gene promoters within the legislation of intestinal improvement. insurance of defects because of trauma and infections is additionally integrated.

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O. D. com Japan Igaku-Shoin Ltd. , Europe, Scandinavia, Middle East Blackwell Science Ltd. com Australia Blackwell Science Asia Pty, Ltd. au South Korea Seoul Medical Scientific Books Co. O. Box 9794 Seoul 100-697 Seoul, Korea Tel: 82-2925-5800 Fax: 82-2927-7283 South America Ernesto Reichmann, Distribuidora de Livros Ltda. Rua Coronel Marques 335-Tatuape, 03440-000 Sao Paulo-SP-Brazil Tel/Fax: 011-218-2122 Foreign Rights John Scott & Co. O. Box 878 Kimberton, PA 19442 Tel: 610-827-1640 Fax: 610-827-1671 Notice: The authors and publisher have made every effort to ensure that the patient care recommended herein, including choice of drugs and drug dosages, is in accord with the accepted standard and practice at the time of publication.

Bartholomew's and the Royal London Medical School Consultant Gastroenterologist, Royal London Hospital London, United Kingdom Agnes E. C. [/PU][DP]1999[/DP]End of Citation Page vii Preface The evolution of multiorgan animals resulted from the specialization of certain cells acting as an epithelium dividing the outside world from the interior of the animal. This epithelium protected the animal from external harmful agents. Part of the epithelium, however, maintained the ability to absorb nutrients and to dominate the microenvironment close to its surface.

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.

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