Effects of a meal and gut hormones on plasma motilin and duodenal motility in dog.

@article{Lee1980EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of a meal and gut hormones on plasma motilin and duodenal motility in dog.},
  author={Kae Yol Lee and Mi Suk Kim and William Y. Chey},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1980},
  volume={238 4},
  pages={G280-3}
}
Cyclic increases in the motilin level that coincided with phase III activity of interdigestive myoelectric activity of interdigestive myoelectric activity of the duodenum produced varied plasma motilin concentrations in a fasting dog. Ingestion of a meat meal not only abolished the cyclic increases in motilin concentrations, but also resulted in a significant decrease in the plasma motilin level that was accompanied by phase II-like myoelectric activity of the duodenum, a so-called digestive… CONTINUE READING

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