The liver: biology and pathobiology

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Jul 19, 2001 - Medical - 1064 pages
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The first major text to link the discoveries of basic biology to the understanding and clinical management of liver diseases, The Liver: Biology and Pathobiology has long been a classic in gastroenterology and hepatology. Now, this landmark work has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect recent groundbreaking achievements in the laboratory and clinic. More than 100 world-renowned investigators provide a definitive account of current concepts on the structure and function of the liver and the mechanisms underlying liver diseases. This edition has been pared down to a smaller, more user-friendly size and focused more sharply on the most important advances. A Brandon-Hill recommended title.

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Liver Regeneration 591
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Fundamentals of Cellular Osmoregulation 207 H W19 Liver and Iron
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The Extracellular Matrix of the Liver 469 H W31 Liver Regeneration
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About the author (2001)

Pascal Boyer is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Lyon in France.

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