Inhibition by propranolol of bile acid- and PGE1-stimulated camp and intestinal secretion.

@article{Taub1978InhibitionBP,
  title={Inhibition by propranolol of bile acid- and PGE1-stimulated camp and intestinal secretion.},
  author={Mary Taub and Martin J. Coyne and George G. Bonorris and Ane Chung and B J Coyne and Leslie J. Schoenfield},
  journal={The American journal of gastroenterology},
  year={1978},
  volume={70 2},
  pages={129-35}
}
Three colonic and three ileal loops were prepared in six rabbits pretreated with propranolol (PR) 4 mg./kg. I.V. and in five untreated rabbits. In random order, 1 ml. of either deoxycholic acid (DCA) 6 mM., prostaglandin E1 (PGE1) 20 microgram./ml., or saline was placed in each colonic loop and 1 ml. of either cholera enterotoxin (CE) 10 microgram./ml… CONTINUE READING