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Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Barrett, Kim E., Donowitz, Mark, Benos, Dale J.
Epithelial biology and transport physiology are central to the normal function of the intestinal tract and may be selectively disrupted in a number of intestinal diseases. The last few years have witnessed an explosive growth in our understanding of the basis of intestinal transport at a molecular level. This volume succinctly reviews this rapidly emerging information, drawing parallels between various transport processes. The insights provided should enable the reader to have a deeper understanding of intestinal function in health and disease.Barrett, Kim E. is the author of 'Gastrointestinal Transport Molecular Physiology' with ISBN 9780120794102 and ISBN 0120794101.
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