A protein less sensitive to trypsin, guanidinated casein, is a potent stimulator of exocrine pancreas in rats.


Previously, we have shown that, in rats that have had bile-pancreatic juice (BPJ) diverted from the proximal small intestine for 7 days, the exocrine pancreatic secretion was enhanced after they were fed a casein, fat-free diet. This demonstrates that the pancreatic secretion is stimulated by dietary protein with a pancreatic protease-independent pathway… (More)


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