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Laparoscopic surgery for Crohn's disease?--a conditional yes.
Epidermal growth factor selectively enhances functional enterocyte adaptation after massive small bowel resection.
Tissue-engineered small intestine: ontogeny of the immune system.
Glucagon-like peptide 2 is an endogenous mediator of postresection intestinal adaptation.
Early regional expression and secretion of peptide YY and enteroglucagon after massive resection of small bowel.
Angiogenesis in tissue-engineered small intestine.
Differential role of vagus nerve in maintaining diurnal gene expression rhythms in the proximal small intestine.
Lymphangiogenesis in tissue-engineered small intestine.
Small intestine gastrointestinal stromal tumors.
Effect of GLP-2 on mucosal morphology and SGLT1 expression in tissue-engineered neointestine.
Pancreatic peptide YY mRNA levels increase during adaptation after small intestinal resection.
Tumors of the small intestine.
Peptide YY is a physiological regulator of water and electrolyte absorption in the canine small bowel in vivo.
Minimal invasion and maximal benefit.
Upregulation of proapoptotic microRNA mir-125a after massive small bowel resection in rats.
Surgical treatment of small bowel cancer: a 20-year single institution experience.
Peptide YY augments postprandial small intestinal absorption in the conscious dog.
Epidermal growth factor improves intestinal adaptation during somatostatin administration in vivo.
Luminal nutrient signals for intestinal adaptation in pythons.