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The Gastrointestinal Biology Faculty has been created by grouping relevant Sections from other F1000 Faculties, it therefore does not have separate Heads of Faculty, Section Heads or Faculty Members.
This well-written paper suggests that corticosterone (CORT) is responsible for mediating stress-related increases in colonic but not jejunal permeability, through manipulation of tight junction protein expression. The novel technique of regional in situ single-pass intestinal...
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