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Further studies on the feedback regulation of pancreatic enzyme secretion by trypsin were conducted in conscious rats, surgically prepared so that pancreatic juice could be collected or returned. Suppression of enzyme secretion by trypsin as well as its stimulation by SBTI occurred only in the upper part of the small intestine, where the hormone CCK is(More)
For over a century, Americanist anthropologists have argued about whether their discipline is a historical one or a scientific one. Proponents of anthropology as history have claimed that the lineages of human cultures are made up of unique events that cannot be generalized into laws. If no laws can be drawn, then anthropology cannot be a science.(More)
Absorption spectra characteristic of diene conjugation and typical for peroxidized polyenoic fatty acids can be induced in rat lung lipids after the rats have been exposed to a scant amount of nitrogen dioxide (1 part per million) for 4 hours. The peroxidative changes do not occur immediately but appear to reach a maximum between 24 and 48 hours after(More)
Pancreatic enzyme output in response to various purified diets was studied in rats surgically prepared so that pancreatic secretion could be continuously collected, assayed and returned to the intestine. Intraduodenal infusion of phenylalanine and tryptophan alone did not stimulate secretion. Diets containing phenylalanine, tryptophan, a mixture of amino(More)