Human pancreatic secretion and intestinal motility: effects of ileal nutrient perfusion.

@article{Layer1990HumanPS,
  title={Human pancreatic secretion and intestinal motility: effects of ileal nutrient perfusion.},
  author={Peter Layer and S Peschel and Tuvia Schlesinger and Harald Goebell},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1990},
  volume={258 2 Pt 1},
  pages={G196-201}
}
To study the effects of intraileal nutrients on human pancreatic secretion and gastrointestinal motility, nine healthy subjects were intubated with an oroileal multilumen tube for ileal perfusion, duodenal juice aspiration, and intestinal motility recording. The duodenum was perfused continuously with essential amino acids to induce submaximal stimulation of pancreatic enzyme secretion and fed motility pattern. Additional ileal perfusion with carbohydrate at quantities similar to those observed… CONTINUE READING

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