Developmental biology of gastrointestinal hormones [electronic resource] /
volume editors, Martin Wabitsch, Ulm, Carsten Posovszky, Ulm.
Basel ; New York : Karger, [2017]
ix, 187 pages : illustrations (chiefly color ; 26 cm.
3318059730 (hard cover : alk. paper), 9783318059731 (hard cover : alk. paper), 9783318059748 (e-ISBN)
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Basel ; New York : Karger, [2017]
3318059730 (hard cover : alk. paper)
9783318059731 (hard cover : alk. paper)
9783318059748 (e-ISBN)
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
contents note
Gastrointestinal hormones induced the birth of endocrinology / Wabitsch, M. -- The changing concept of gut endocrinology / Rehfeld, J.F. -- Development and anatomy of the enteroendocrine system in humans / Posovszky, C. -- Incretins and their endocrine and metabolic functions / Seufert, J. -- Role of incretin hormones in bowel diseases / Zietek, T., Waldschmitt, N., Rath, E. -- Ghrelin and growth / Perchard, R., Clayton, P.E. -- Development of sweet taste perception : implications for artificial sweetener use / Sylvetsky, A.C., Conway, E.M., Malhotra, S., Rother, K.I. -- Just a gut feeling : central nervous effects of peripheral gastrointestinal hormones / RoTh, C.L., Doyle, R.P. -- Gastrointestinal endocrinology in bariatric surgery / Wabitsch, M. -- Enteroendocrine cells : metabolic relays between microbes and their host / Plovier, H., Cani, P.D. -- Treatment of diabetes and obesity by rationally designed peptide agonists functioning at multiple metabolic receptors / Khajavi, N., Biebermann, H., Tschöp, M., DiMarchi, R.
general note
"10th ESPE Advanced Seminar in Developmental Endocrinology, Ulm, June 3-4, 2016."
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

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