- Biochemical Pharmacology as an Approach to Gastrointestinal Disorders[electronic resource] :Basic Science to Clinical Perspectives (1996) / edited by Timothy S. Gaginella, Gyula M처zsik, K. D. Rainsford.
- Gaginella, Timothy S., editor., M처zsik, Gyula., editor., Rainsford, K. D., editor.
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- X, 396 p. : online resource.
- Introduction: Advances in the biochemical pharmacology of gastrointestinal (GI) functions as an approach to understanding GI disorders -- I. Gastrointestinal Secretory and Excretory Functions -- Possible compensation in epidermal growth factor production by saliva in rat -- Regulatory mechanism of acid secretion in rat stomach after damage ??role of nitric oxide, histamine and sensory neurons -- Secretory pathways in histamine-containing enterochromaffin-like cells of rat stomach -- Nitric oxide as a modulator of fluid absorption in rat jejunum in vivo -- Mechanism of cholera -- Critical evaluation of acinar, ductal, vascular and intestinal intraluminal factors influencing pancreatic cytoprotection -- Peptide receptor antagonists and monoclonal antibodies raised against peptides: tools to study physiological regulation of pancreatic function -- Mechanisms and regulation of Cl- secretion in the large intestine: studies with the rat distal colon -- II. Gastrointestinal Motility -- Prostaglandin E2: actions on the circular and longitudinal contractions of the canine colon -- Gastric motor effects of endothelins in the lower brainstem of the rat -- Effects of erythromycin on the propulsive motility of upper gastrointestinal tract in rats -- Bicuculline blocks the inhibitory effects of substance P but not vasoactive intestinal polypeptide on gastric motor function in the nucleus raphe obscurus of the rat -- Pathological basis and clinical aspects of oesophageal motor disorders -- III?밒V. Biochemical?봒harmacological Mechanisms in Neural and Hormonal Normal and Pathological Reactions Involved in GI Functions -- Distribution of muscarinic receptor mRNAs in the stomach of normal or immobilized rats -- Changes of sensory neuropeptides in experimental gastrointestinal diseases -- V. GI Mucosal Injury and Protection -- Biochemical energetical backgrounds and their regulation in the gastric corpus mucosa in patients with different gastric secretory responses -- Oxidative stress and its prevention in toxic liver lesions. An overview -- The effect of drugs on liver function and biliary secretion -- Alteration of microvascular regeneration and permeability during acetic acid-induced gastric ulcer healing: effect of basic fibroblast growth factor -- Modulation of gastric wound repair by hepatocyte growth factor and basic fibroblast growth factor -- The effect of resiniferatoxin on experimental gastric ulcer in rats -- AIDS treatment and the heat shock protein level in the gastrointestinal tract -- ELISA and Western blot studies with basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) and platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF) in experimental duodenal ulceration and healing -- Biological oxidants as intestinal secretagogues -- A new uniform biochemical explanation for the development and location of ?쁤enuine??gastric, duodenal and jejunal ulcers in patients -- VI. Molecular Mechanisms of Premalignant and Malignant Diseases in GI Tract -- Current problems and results of tumour immunology: diagnostic and therapeutic relevance of tumour-associated antigens -- VII. Use of Isolated Cells and Cell Cultures in Biochemical Pharmacological Studies to Approach GI Diseases -- Does omeprazole-induced hypergastrinaemia contribute to the enhanced healing of acetic acid-induced gastric ulcers in rats? -- Modification of pathobiological events by potential hepatopharmacological agents -- Organoprotection and cytoprotection of histamine differ in rats -- Comparative viability studies on isolated gastric mucosal mixed cells and hepatoma and myeloma cell lines with ethanol, indomethacin and their combination.
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