Donal F. Magee

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The role of nerves in periodic secretion of the pancreas and the stomach in relation to the motility of the upper gastrointestinal tract was studied in conscious fasting dogs which had previously been provided with chronic gastric and pancreatic fistulae and a Heidenhain pouch. Both atropine and pentolinium abolished the periodic increase in gastric and(More)
Kosaka and Lim (1930) demonstrated that extracts from the upper intestine would inhibit gastric secretion from dogs with Heidenhain pouches. The degree of inhibition produced was similar to that observed after the oral ingestion of fat. Similar doses of the extract were shown to have no effect on either pancreatic or biliary secretion. Gillespie and(More)