Molecular Pathogenesis of Cholestasis

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Michael Trauner, Peter L. M. Jansen
Springer Science & Business Media, 2004 - Medical - 366 pages
Knowledge of hepatobiliary transport is increasing rapidly. This book provides a cutting-edge overview of hepatobiliary transport and the molecular pathogenesis of cholestasis. Topics range from basic mechanisms of transport and regulation to general molecular and cellular concepts of cholestatic liver injury to specific molecular mechanisms of hereditary and acquired cholestatic liver injury, their complications and treatment. Basic researchers, academic physicians and students in hepatology, genetics, molecular and cell biology, pharmacology, pathology, gastroenterology and endocrinology will find this book instructive and stimulating.
 

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