[Experimental studies of the effects of gastrin, neostigmine and prostaglandin on the motility of the trunculary vagotomized stomach].

Abstract

The working effect of Gastrin, neostigmine and prostaglandin in regard to the emptying of the stomach was tested on 31 dogs that had undergone a truncular vagotomy. Gastrin and neostigmine were proved to increase the motility at the stomach pylorus but was not able to bring about a coordinated emptying pattern. Prostaglandin shows different effects on the emptying reflex of the stomach. PGF 2 alpha increases the motility on the measuring marks, but at different time intervals. Because of this a coordinated motility is made possible.

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@article{Schuster1976ExperimentalSO, title={[Experimental studies of the effects of gastrin, neostigmine and prostaglandin on the motility of the trunculary vagotomized stomach].}, author={Gustavo Schuster and H Charlie Peters and Feodor Lynen}, journal={Langenbecks Archiv für Chirurgie}, year={1976}, volume={Suppl}, pages={200-4} }