Neuroendocrinology of Gastrointestinal Ulceration

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Sandor Szabo, Yvette Taché, Gary B. Glavin
Springer, 1995 - Medical - 248 pages
From a symposium held near Montreal in September, probably of 1994 (rather than the 1989 stated), two dozen papers share information and insights on neuroendocrine factors in ulcer pathogenesis, brain-gut interactions, and novel therapeutic approaches. The topics include leukotrienes in human and ex

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Role of Sensory Neurons in the Control of Gastric Mucosal Blood Flow
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SympathoAdrenergic Regulation of Duodenal Mucosal Alkaline Secretion
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Pathophysiological
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Sandor Szabo received his PhD from Eotvos University. He currently teaches in the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics at the University of Pecs, in Hungary.

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