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Cellular, Gastrointestinal and Renal Physiology

PHSL233 Lecture Notes - Occludin, Proteoglycan, Connexin

PHSL233 Lecture 02 Structure and Function of Epithelia I So cellular membranes acts as a barrier for a cell and ...

Physiology
PHSL233
Kirk Hamilton
PHSL233 Lecture Notes - Cotransporter, Competitive Inhibition, Symporter

PHSL233 Lecture 03 Structure and Function of Epithelia II Cytoskeleton provides structural support of a cell, it is like the skeleton of the cell contained wi...

Physiology
PHSL233
Kirk Hamilton
PHSL233 Lecture Notes - Phosphodiesterase, Exocytosis, Gtpase

PHSL233 Lecture 04 Signal transduction in Epithelia I When signalling molecules are sent out into the bloodstream, ...

Physiology
PHSL233
Kirk Hamilton
PHSL233 Lecture Notes - Bloating, Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor, Guanylyl Cyclase

PHSL233 Lecture 05 Signal transduction in Epithelia II This is signal transduction pathways ...

Physiology
PHSL233
Kirk Hamilton
PHSL233 Lecture Notes - Paracellular Transport, Laminin, Serous Membrane

PHSL233 Lecture 01 Epithelia overview and signal transduction Epithelia is a sheet of cells that line body cavities surfaces which can separate 2 different env...

Physiology
PHSL233
Kirk Hamilton
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