5 edition of Gastrointestinal Transport (Current Topics in Membranes, Volume 50) (Current Topics in Membranes) found in the catalog.
by Academic Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Kim E. Barrett (Editor), Mark Donowitz (Editor), Douglas M. Fambrough (Series Editor), Dale J. Benos (Series Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||544|
Only MCTs have been shown to catalyze the proton-coupled transport of metabolically important monocarboxylates such as lactate and pyruvate (Halestrap and Meredith ). This book chapter will focus on the first member of the MCT family, MCT1 (SLC16A1), which is well characterized and known to play a role in the intestinal drug by: During the second and third trimesters of pregnancy, growth and maturation of the gastrointestinal tract occur in preparation for postnatal life. The timing of structural and functional maturation is summarized in Tables and The gut lengthens to – cm by term, and gastric capacity is about 30 by: 3.
Gastrointestinal Physiology, a volume in the Mosby Physiology Series, explains the fundamentals of this complex subject in a clear and concise manner, while helping you bridge the gap between normal function and disease with pathophysiology content throughout the book.4/5(1). Molecular mechanisms involved in glucosensing in the gastrointestinal tract. A: in enterocytes, transport of glucose occurs by SGLT-1, following the Na + electrochemical potential gradient across the apical membrane until its intracellular concentration is sufficiently elevated. Glucose is transported outside of enterocytes by facilitated Cited by:
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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 : Paperback. The topics covered in this book also relate to other epithelial organs such as the lungs, kidney, and biliary system.
Readership Gastrointestinal physiologists and molecular biologists as well as researchers involved in membrane physiology, including biophysicists and cell biologists.
select article Chapter 4 Genetic regulation of expression of intestinal biomembrane transport proteins in response to dietary protein, carbohydrate, and lipid. Gain a complete understanding of the functioning of the gastrointestinal system with this concise, engagingly written text.
Gastrointestinal Physiology explains the operation and performance of one of the body's most crucial systems. Using clear, compelling language, the book's presentation makes it easy to absorb the content andintegrate it as you learn the /5(11). FROM THE PREFACE: The original purpose of the First Edition of Physiology of the Gastrointestinal Tract to collect in one set of volumes the most current and comprehensive knowledge in our field was also the driving force for the Fourth Edition.
The explosion of information at the cellular level, made possible in part by the continued emergence of powerful. Additionally, information is provided at the organism level, including animal models of gastrointestinal disorders and therapeutic possibilities.
The book covers a wide range of conditions, from food allergies, constipation, chronic liver disease and IBS, also exploring emerging techniques to diagnose and normalize functions of the GI tract.
In this book, the understanding of basic gastrointestinal concepts and principles are illustrated by scenario-based clinical case presentations, critical for bedside care and also for preparation for professional examinations, and for being able to deal with future developments in clinical care.
Gastrointestinal (GI) physiology is a fundamental subject that is indispensable not only for undergraduate but also for graduate courses. The audience include, but are not limited to, medical, pharmacy, nursing, human biology, Chinese medicine, and science students, as well as other health-related.
This volume provides a practical hands on guide to gastrointestinal physiology. The book emphasizes an appreciation of basic physiological concepts and their application to novel clinical situations. It exposes the physician-in-training to fundamental principles that are useful in treating patients and lays the groundwork for more advanced.
The major arteries supplying the gastrointestinal tract are the celiac, superior mesenteric, and inferior mesenteric arteries.
The celiac supplies the stomach and the proximal portion of the small intestine (duodenum), the superior mesenteric supplies the rest of the small intestine and proximal portion of the colon, while the inferior mesenteric supplies the distal portion of the colon. Make sure you know about the gastrointestinal system for the EMT exam.
The abdomen contains most of the major structures and organs of digestion. In general, they’re divided into two categories: hollow organs such as the stomach, gallbladder, and intestines, and solid organs such as the liver, kidneys, and pancreas.
If injured or breached, hollow [ ]. The major functions of the gastrointestinal system are assimilation of nutrients and excretion of waste products via the biliary system.
Movement of food through the gastrointestinal system (motility) is carefully coordinated with the delivery of appropriate fluid and enzyme solutions (secretion) so that the macromolecules in food can be hydrolyzed (digestion) and the nutrient.
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The role of volume regulation in intestinal transport: insights from villus cells in suspension / R. John MacLeod --Intestinal absorption of water-soluble vitamins: cellular and molecular aspects / Hamid M.
Said, Richard Rose, and Bellur Seetharam --Specialized properties of colonic epithelial membranes: apparent permeability barrier in colonic crypts / Satish K.
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Gastrointestinal transport: molecular physiology in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. The functions of the gastrointestinal tract and its accessory organs are essential for life. The process of digestion supplies nutrients to every cell in our body.
If there is a disruption in any of these mechanisms, the whole body suffers. Understanding the anatomy and physiology of the gastrointestinal system is important in accurately assessing patients with gastrointestinal.
About this Item: S Karger Pub, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good Ex-Library Cond Book. | pgs. Provides a critical discussion of the available routine and special methodologies and their clinical applications, reviews both secretory and motor functions of the stomach in order to present complete and concise information regarding technical procedures.
Get this from a library. Gastrointestinal Transport: Molecular Physiology. [Kim E Barrett; Mark Donowitz;] -- This title contains comprehensive reviews of novel information in intestinal transport, including control of nutrition in gene regulation.
There are diagrammatic representations of key concepts and. the gastrointestinal system and its accessory organs. The anatomical structures of the gastrointestinal system work together to achieve three major goals. These goals are to digest, transport, and absorb nutrients.
Understanding the. Gain a foundational understanding of gastrointestinal physiology and how the GI system functions in health and intestinal Physiology, a volume in the Mosby Physiology Series, explains the fundamentals of this complex subject in a clear and concise manner, while helping you bridge the gap between normal function and disease with pathophysiology content throughout the book.
The gastrointestinal system primarily conveys nutrients, electrolytes, and water into the body. In unicellular organisms, metabolic requirements can be met by diffusion or transport of substances from the environment across the cell membrane.
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It exposes the physician-in-training to fundamental principles that are useful in treating patients and lays the groundwork for more advanced study in the future.