Cholinergic dependence of pancreatic response to cholecystokinin in rats and guinea pigs.

@article{Pozo1995CholinergicDO,
  title={Cholinergic dependence of pancreatic response to cholecystokinin in rats and guinea pigs.},
  author={M. Pozo and M. J. Est{\'e}vez and S. Alc{\'o}n and P. Camello and J. Pariente and G. Salido},
  journal={General pharmacology},
  year={1995},
  volume={26 4},
  pages={
          843-50
        }
}
1. Lorglumide and atropine were used to examine the role of cholinergic mechanisms in the pancreatic secretory response to cholecystokinin in two animal species. 2. Anaesthetized rats and guinea pigs with jugular vein and pancreatic cannulae were used and the bile juice was recirculated. In the rat, the treatment with lorglumide (3 mumol/kg) as well as atropine (100 micrograms/kg) did not have effects on basal interdigestive secretion, whereas in guinea pigs only atropine decreased the protein… Expand
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