REVIEW: Small Bowel Review: Normal Physiology, Part 1

@article{Thomson2004REVIEWSB,
  title={REVIEW: Small Bowel Review: Normal Physiology, Part 1},
  author={A. Thomson and L. Drozdowski and C. Iordache and B. K. Thomson and S. Vermeire and M. T. Clandinin and G. Wild},
  journal={Digestive Diseases and Sciences},
  year={2004},
  volume={48},
  pages={1546-1564}
}
  • A. Thomson, L. Drozdowski, +4 authors G. Wild
  • Published 2004
  • Medicine
  • Digestive Diseases and Sciences
  • In the past year there have been many advances in the area of small bowel physiology and pathology and therapy. In preparation for this review, over 1500 papers were assessed. The focus is on presenting clinically useful information for the practising gastroenterologist. Selected important clinical learning points include the following: (1) glucose absorption mediated by SGLT1 is controlled by mRNA abundance, as well as by posttranscriptional processes including protein trafficking; (2… CONTINUE READING
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