Distribution of glucagonlike peptide I (GLP-I), glucagon, and glicentin in the rat brain: an immunocytochemical study.

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Although glucagonlike immunoreactants (GLIs) are present in the central nervous system of several mammalian species, their structural relationship with pancreatic proglucagon is not defined, and their precise anatomical distribution has not been studied extensively. To obtain further information about the structure and biological significance of brain GLIs… (More)

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@article{Jin1988DistributionOG, title={Distribution of glucagonlike peptide I (GLP-I), glucagon, and glicentin in the rat brain: an immunocytochemical study.}, author={Seong Lim Jin and Victor K M Han and James G. Simmons and Andrew C. Towle and Jean M. Lauder and Pauline Kay Lund}, journal={The Journal of comparative neurology}, year={1988}, volume={271 4}, pages={519-32} }