Physiologic specialization at esophagogastric junction in three species.

@article{Christensen1973PhysiologicSA,
  title={Physiologic specialization at esophagogastric junction in three species.},
  author={J. Christensen and Jeffrey L. Conklin and B W Freeman},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1973},
  volume={225 6},
  pages={1265-70}
}
CHRISTENSEN, JAMES, JEFFREY L. CONKLIN, AND BARRY W. FREEMAN. Physiologic specialization at esophagogastric junction in three species. Am. J. Physiol. 225(6): 1265-1270. 1973.-In opossums, cats, and monkeys comparisons were made of length-resting tension relationships and responses to low-frequency electrical field stimulation among serial 2 mm-wide strips cut transversely from the esophagogastric junction and adjacent stomach and esophageal body. Three regions could be distinguished on the… CONTINUE READING
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