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245 00 Advances in health and disease.|nVolume 1 /|cLowell T. 
       Duncan, editor. 
264  1 New York :|bNova Biomedical,|c[2017] 
264  4 |c©2017. 
300    1 online resource 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
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347    text file|2rdaft|0
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Preface; Chapter 1; Effect of Bariatric Surgery on Weight 
       and Diabetes; Abstract; Introduction; Bariatric Surgery 
       and Weight Loss; Bariatric Surgery and Diabetes; Caloric 
       Restriction; Glucagon and Glucagon-Like Peptide 2(GLP2); 
       Incretins; Changes in Appetite Hormones; Mechanical 
       Changes of the Gastrointestinal System; Afipose Tissue and
       Metabolic Status of Subjects (MHO vs. MUO); Bile Acids; 
       Gut Microbiota; Genetic Factors; Taste Receptors of the 
       Gut; Insulin Clearance; Amino Acids; Conclusion; 
       References; Biographical Sketch; Chapter 2 
505 8  Bariatric Surgery: Postoperative ComplicationsAbstract; 
       Introduction; Peri and Postoperative Complications; Leaks;
       Intestinal Obstruction and Internal Hernia; Hemorrhage; 
       Stenosis; Stomal Obstruction; Surgical Site Infection; 
       Pulmonary Embolism; Pulmonary Complications; Marginal 
       Ulcers; Rhabdomyolysis; Late Complications; 
       Cholelithiasis; Ventral Incisional Hernia; Complications 
       of Specific Bariatric Procedures; Roux-en-Y Gastric 
       Bypass; Gastric Remnant Distension; Dumping Syndrome; 
       Change in Bowel Habits; Failure to Lose Weight and Weight 
       Regain; Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Banding 
505 8  ErosionEsophageal Dilation; Laparoscopic Sleeve 
       Gastrectomy; Bleeding; Stenosis; Gastric Leaks; Reflux; 
       Malabsortive Procedures; References; Chapter 3; A 
       Chondroitin Sulfate- and Hyaluronic Acid-Based Dietary 
       Formulation Improves Non-Erosive Gastroesophageal Reflux 
       Disease-Related Symptoms and Gastric Juice-Related 
       Biochemical Parameters: An Open-Label Uncontrolled Study; 
       Abstract; Introduction; Materials and Methods; Patients; 
       Experimental Treatment; Gastrosamp; Leeds Dyspepsia 
       Questionnaire; Statistical Analysis; Results; Assessment 
       of Clinical Symptoms 
505 8  Assessment of Gastric Juice Biochemical 
       ParametersDiscussion; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter
       4; TGF-(Signaling Pathway Regulation by Transcriptional 
       Cofactors Ski and SnoN in Health and Disease; Abstract; 1.
       Introduction; 1.1. The History and Importance of the TGF-
       (Family; 1.2. The Mechanisms of Action of TGF-(; 1.2.1. 
       The TGF-(Ser/Thr Kinase Receptors; 1.2.2. The TGF-(/SMAD 
       Canonical Pathway; 1.2.3. TGF-(Non-Canonical Pathways; 2. 
       Ski and Snon as Negative Regulators of the TGF-(/SMAD 
       Signaling Pathway; 2.1. The Ski Protein Family; 2.2. From 
       SKI and SKIL Genes to Proteins 
505 8  2.2.1. The SKI Gene2.2.2. The SKIL/Skil Gene; 2.2.3. Ski 
       Protein Structure; 2.2.4. SnoN Protein Structure; 2.3. 
       Regulation of Ski and SnoN Protein by Post-Translational 
       Modifications; 2.3.1. Ubiquitination; 2.3.2. Sumoylation; 
       2.3.3. Phosphorylation; 3. Subcellular Localization and 
       Stability of Ski and Snon Proteins; 4. Ski and Snon 
       Proteins Are Transcriptional Cofactors; 5. TGF-(/Ski/SnoN 
       Axis Crosstalks with Other Signaling Pathways; 6. 
       Functions of Ski and Snon in Embryonic Development and 
       Adult Tissue Homeostasis; 6.1. Development of the Embryo; 
       6.2. Developmental Processes 
588 0  Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed 
       June 27, 2017) 
650  0 Internal medicine.|0
700 1  Duncan, Lowell T.,|eeditor. 
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