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Modulation of Capsaicin-Induced Gastric Protection by Endogenous Prostaglandins through EP2/IP Receptors

By Koji Takeuchi

Submitted: December 3rd 2013Reviewed: February 6th 2014Published: July 16th 2014

DOI: 10.5772/58337

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Koji Takeuchi (July 16th 2014). Modulation of Capsaicin-Induced Gastric Protection by Endogenous Prostaglandins through EP2/IP Receptors, Capsaicin - Sensitive Neural Afferentation and the Gastrointestinal Tract Gyula Mozsik, Omar M. E. Abdel- Salam and Koji Takeuchi, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/58337. Available from:

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