Gastric acid secretion, intraduodenal pH and gastroenteropancreatic hormone release to bombesin in antrocolic transposition dogs.

  title={Gastric acid secretion, intraduodenal pH and gastroenteropancreatic hormone release to bombesin in antrocolic transposition dogs.},
  author={F. Koizumi and T. Kawamura and A. Ishimori and I. Sasaki and J. Kameyama},
  journal={The Tohoku journal of experimental medicine},
  volume={145 1},
The effects of bombesin on gastric acid secretion from the Heidenhain pouch (HP), intraduodenal pH and gastroenteropancreatic (GEP) hormone levels were compared between 4 dogs with antrocolic transposition (ACT) and 4 non-ACT dogs. Bombesin, infused i.v. at a dose of 0.5 microgram/kg for one hr, produced a significant increase in gastric acid secretion from HP and a decrease in intraduodenal pH in both groups. However, these changes were more marked in ACT dogs. The intravenous infusion of… Expand
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