Biochemical Pharmacology as an Approach to Gastrointestinal by K. D. Rainsford (auth.), Timothy S. Gaginella, Gyula Mózsik,

By K. D. Rainsford (auth.), Timothy S. Gaginella, Gyula Mózsik, K. D. Rainsford (eds.)

The Gastrointestinal portion of the overseas Union of Pharmacology (IUPHAR) used to be verified in 1994 in Montreal, Canada. The institution of the GI part acknowledges the overseas development of gastrointestinal pharmacology, together with easy and human stories.
The Gastrointestinal element of IUPHAR prepared the 1st symposium, Biochemical Pharmacology as an method of Gastrointestinal ailments: from simple technological know-how to scientific Perspectives, on 10-12 October, 1995, in Pécs, Hungary.
the most themes were:

  • Gastrointestinal secretory and excretory fuctions
  • Gastrointestinal motility
  • Biochemical-pharmacological mechanisms in neural and hormonal activities interested by GI capabilities
  • major general and pathological biochemical mechanisms in GI features
  • GI mucosal damage and safety
  • Molecular mechanisms of premalignant and malignant illnesses in GI tract
  • Use of remoted cells and mobilephone cultures in bioochemical-pharmacological experiences to process GI ailments.

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