Gastrointestinal Defence Mechanisms: Satellite Symposium of the 28th International Congress of Physiological Sciences, Pécs, Hungary 1980
Gyula Mózsik, Osmo Hänninen, Tibor Jávor
Pergamon Press, 1981 - Defense reaction (Physiology) - 591 pages
Advances in Physiological Sciences, Volume 29: Gastrointestinal Defence Mechanisms is a collection of papers that details the findings of research studies on the theoretical and practical aspects of the gastrointestinal defense mechanisms. The title first covers circulation and mucosal defense, and then proceeds to tackling the association of gastrointestinal mechanisms with the secretory functions. Next, the selection deals with the resistance in gastric mucosa and mucosal energy provision. The text also discusses cell renewal and toxicity, along with biotransformation and nutrition. In Part ...
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Circulatory responses to changes of intestinal contents
The role of the microcirculation in the gastrointestinal defence mechanism
Impaired defense mechanism to peptic ulcer in the capsaicindesensitized
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