Welcome to BioMed Central's Gastroenterology Gateway, featuring articles from our journals within this field as well as useful resources and news items.
Culture in a rotating bioreactor allows the generation of large numbers of high-quality hepatocytes from mouse embryonic stem cells, and may be useful for generation of hepatocytes for cell transplantation and bioartificial liver development.
Human fetal pancreatic progenitor cells can differentiate into insulin-producing cells and form islet-like structures in vitro, and are capable of secreting insulin to reduce hyperglycemia on transplantation into diabetic nude mice.
Methodogical flaws in European orphan medicinal product clinical trials may be commonly overlooked. A new study presents some of the shortcomings in clinical decision-making, and recommends a more demanding regulatory process.
Whole-brain irradiation plus 3-D conformal boost irradiation and concurrent topotecan chemotherapy significantly improved the PFS rate of patients with brain metastases from lung cancer, with no observed increases in side-effects, when compared with radiotherapy alone
HIV infection was associated with alterations in the rectal mucosal microbiome, with each class of combination anti-retroviral therapy causing distinct changes in microbiota composition.
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Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology and UF Shands Cancer Center, University of Florida.
- 21 November 2013
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- 12 November 2013
- Reflux surgery challenged for smallest children
- 04 November 2013
- Opioid use increases following bariatric surgery
- 22 October 2013
- REGARD VEGF receptor-2 as gastric cancer target
- 18 September 2013
- GERD prevalence raised even in mild���moderate COPD, bronchiectasis