1) MODLIN IM. George Sachs - I did it my way. J Clin Gastroenterol 2006; 40:867-9.

2) MODLIN IM. Galen and the Properties of Foodstuffs. (Book Review) Gastroenterology. 2005 (in press).

3) MODLIN IM. [Comments on: "Gastric carcinoid tumours. Is there a place for antrectomy?"] Ann Chir. 2006; 131: 294.

4) MODLIN IM, Adler G, Alexander K, Arnold R, Brenner DA, Corazziari E, Floch MH, Laporte RE, Peterson WL, Quigley EM, Shapiro MD, Spechler SJ, Spiller RC, Tytgat GN, Wiegers W. Information assimilation and distribution challenges and goals for real and virtual journals. J Clin Gastroenterol 2005; 39: 181-8.

5) MODLIN IM. (Foreword) Best Pract Clin Gastroenterol, 2004; 18 Suppl: 1-6.

6) MODLIN IM. (Foreword) History of Helicobacter pyloriby Barry Marshall, 2003.

7) MODLIN IM. (book review) Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism: The Gut as an Endocrine Organ. Eds. P. Fuller and A Schulkes, Gastroenterol, 1994.

8) MODLIN IM. (book review) The Gastrointestinal Surgical Patient: Preoperative and Postoperative Care. Eds. EMM Quigley and MF Sorrell, Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, 1994.

9 MODLIN IM. (book review) Horace W. Davenport. A History of Gastric Secretion and Digestion: Experimental Studies to 1975. Jo of the History of Med: Vol 48, October, 1993.

10) MODLIN IM, Sabesin SM, Snape WJ Jr., Rubin W. Manpower in gastroenterology in the United States: A position paper of the training and education committee of the AGA. Gastroenterology 1989; 96(3):956-958.

11) Zdon MJ, Lewis JJ, Adrian TE, MODLIN IM. Hypergastrinemia after vagotomy is not associated with decreased gastric somatostatin. Surgery 1989; 106:934. Letter to the Editor).

12) Rikkers LF, Bland KI, Kinder BK, Lawrence PF, Lynch TG, MODLIN IM, Schulak JA, and Whitehouse WM Jr. Funding of surgical research: the roles of government and industry. J Surg Res 1985; 39(3):209-215.

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