GRP (gastrin-releasing peptide)-containing nerves in the rat stomach and stress-induced depletion of their synaptic vesicles. An electron microscope study.

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Gastrin-releasing peptide (GRP)-containing nerves are extremely numerous in the mucosa of the gastric body. Our previous study demonstrated that depletion of GRP from the nerves occurred in close relation to ulceration in the stomach. The present study deals with the ultrastructure of the GRP-immunoreactive nerves under normal conditions and its changes… (More)

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@article{Iwanaga1991GRPP, title={GRP (gastrin-releasing peptide)-containing nerves in the rat stomach and stress-induced depletion of their synaptic vesicles. An electron microscope study.}, author={T Iwanaga and H. Ohtsuka and Ichiro Adachi and T. Fujita}, journal={Archives of histology and cytology}, year={1991}, volume={54 5}, pages={573-80} }