Gastric emptying in the cat in response to hypertonic solutions and tryptophan

@article{Cooke1978GastricEI,
  title={Gastric emptying in the cat in response to hypertonic solutions and tryptophan},
  author={Dr. Allan R. Cooke},
  journal={The American Journal of Digestive Diseases},
  year={1978},
  volume={23},
  pages={312-315}
}
Studies of gastric emptying were made in ten cats and four dogs, each with a gastric fistula. Test meals of 50 ml (cats) and 300 ml (dogs) containing phenol red as a nonabsorbable marker were instilled into the stomach via the gastric fistula and were drained by gravity 25–30 min later. The test meals were water, hypertonic solutions (250–1000 mosmol/kg) of casein hydrolysate, D glucose, mannitol, glycine,l-alanine,d-alanine, β-alanine;l- andd-tryptophan andl-phenylalanine in concentrations… CONTINUE READING
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