Gastrointestinal & hepatic secretions: mechanism and control

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Contents

CHAPTER
1
Hepatic Bile Acid Transport Uptake and Excretion
8
The Key of Bile Acid Biotransformation in Bile Acid Dependent Bile Flow
18
Electrophysiological and Engergetic Aspects of Hepatobiliary Transport
24
Effects of Hormones on Ion Movements in Hepatocytes
30
Vesicular Transport by Hepatocytes
37
Changes in Distribution of Filamentous Proteins of Spreading Hepatocytes
43
Proteins in Bile
52
Ion Transport by the Gastric Mucosa
125
Gastric H + K+ATPase Function in the Rat Liver After LongTerm Treatment
133
In Vitro Synthesis of Gastric Mucosal Proteins
140
Identification of a VanadateSensitive PotassiumDependent Proton Pump
147
Sympathetic Nerve Stimulation Inhibits Gastroduodenal HCOj Secretion
154
Gastric Acid Secretion is Altered by the Injection of Neuropeptide Y into
160
Studies in the Rabbit Mandibular Salivary
169
Neural Control of Intestinal Electrolyte Transport
175

The Effects of Amiloride and Dicyclohexlcarbodiimide DCCD on Secretin
61
The Electrogenic Effect of Ursodeoxycholate in Isolated Rat Hepatocytes
69
of Infusion
80
G Sachs J Cuppoletti J Kaunitz and D H Malinowska
90
Membrane Translocation and Protein Phosphorylation Associated with
96
Release of Intracellular Calcium in Parietal Cells by the cAMPDependent
103
Is its Electrogenicity Apparent or Real?
118
Mast Cell Pleomorphisms and Evolving Concepts of Intestinal Physiology
181
Potassium Uptakes Evoked by Cholinergic and 0Adrenergic Receptor
189
Isolated Pancreatic Zymogen Granules as Models for Secretory Membranes
197
Effects of Chronic Denervation on the Response of the Ovine Parotid
206
Inflammatory Mediators Enteric Nerves and Colonic Transport
213
Mechanism of Sustained Pancreative Exocrine Secretion
220
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