Effect of atropine and somatostatin on bombesin-stimulated plasma immunoreactive trypsin release in man.

@article{Jong1987EffectOA,
  title={Effect of atropine and somatostatin on bombesin-stimulated plasma immunoreactive trypsin release in man.},
  author={A. D. de Jong and M. Klamer and C. Lamers},
  journal={Digestion},
  year={1987},
  volume={37 3},
  pages={
          156-9
        }
}
This study was undertaken to determine the effect of atropine and somatostatin, two inhibitors of intraduodenal pancreatic enzyme secretion, on bombesin-stimulated release of plasma immunoreactive trypsin in 6 healthy volunteers. Infusion of 5 ng/kg.min bombesin during 30 min induced significant increases in plasma trypsin from 206 +/- 20 to 334 +/- 44 ng/ml (p less than 0.01). Atropine (15 ng/kg as i.v. bolus followed by 5 ng/kg.h) had no influence on the bombesin-stimulated increase in plasma… Expand
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