Further Reading

Allen A, Hutton DA, Leonard AJ, Pearson JP, and Sellars LA (1989) Pepsins. In: Wallace JL (ed.) Endogenous Mediators of Gastroinintestinal Disease, pp. 54-69. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Allen A, Hutton DA, and Pearson JP (1998) The MUC2 gene product: a human intestinal mucin. International Journal of Biochemistry and Cell Biology 30: 797-801. Forstner G (1995) Signal transduction, packaging and secretion of mucins. Annual Review of Physiology 57: 585-605. Horn J (2000) The proton pump inhibitors: similarities and differences. Clinical Therapeutics 22: 266-280. Kraulter B, Arigoni D, and Golding BT (1998) Vitamin B12 and

B12 Proteins. Weinheim: Pruls-Wiley-qVch. Okamdo CT and Forte JG (2001) Vesicular trafficking machinery, the actin cytoskeleton and H+-K+ ATPase recycling in the gastric parietal cell. Journal of Physiology 532: 287-296.

Quigley EMM (1996) Gastric and small intestinal motility in health and disease. Gastroenterology Clinics of North America 25(1): 113-145. Sands BE and Padolsky DK (1996) The trefoil peptide family.

Annual Review of Physiology 58: 253-273. Schubert ML (2002) Gastric secretion. Current Opinion in Gas-

troenterology 18: 639-649. Silverthorn DU (2004) Human Physiology an Intergrated Approach 3rd ed., pp. 659-694. San Francisco: Pearson Benjamin Cummings. Sweadner JK and Donnet C (2001) Structural similarities of Na-K-ATPase and SERCA, the Ca++-ATPase of the sarcoplasmic reticulum. Biochemical Journal 356: 685-704. Yip RG and Wolfe MM (2000) GIP biology and fat metabolism. Life Sci 66: 91-103.

Essentials of Human Physiology

Essentials of Human Physiology

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