Salivary, Gastric, Pancreatic, and Hepatobiliary Secretion
Stanley G. Schultz, John G. Forte, Brenda B. Rauner, American Physiological Society (1887- )
American Physiological Society, 1989 - Science - 779 pages
The third volume in The Gastrointestinal System reflects the expansion of knowledge of the cell physiology of secretion. Each chapter, grouped by traditional anatomical location, was written emphasizing the cellular bases of secretion and includes a review of the broader as well as the more integrative aspects of secretion.
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The gastric mucosal barrier
Salivary mucin secretion
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