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Pancreatic responses to endogenous and exogenous gastrin in the dog






Pancreas 2(3): 312-319

Pancreatic responses to endogenous and exogenous gastrin in the dog

Serum gastrin and pancreatic secretion were measured in conscious Thomas fistula dogs during infusion of increasing doses of porcine gastrin, against a background of secretin. Dose-response relationships were calculated for the effects of gastrin on pancreatic secretion. Gastrin release was also measured after a test meal and after vagal stimulation with 2-deoxyglucose. Peak serum gastrin levels after these stimuli were less than the serum gastrin level associated with the minimal effective dose of gastrin. From the dose-response relationship of serum gastrin and pancreatic protein output, it was possible to calculate the protein output corresponding to the peak gastrin levels after 2-deoxyglucose or a meal. These were equivalent to 20-30% of the observed protein response to these stimuli. We conclude that gastrin plays at most a small part in the stimulation of pancreatic secretion after a meal and in response to 2-deoxyglucose. We also found that truncal vagotomy reduces pancreatic sensitivity to gastrin.

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Accession: 006059468

PMID: 3628229

DOI: 10.1097/00006676-198705000-00010



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