Isoprenaline and the pancreas in dogs.

@article{Bennett1989IsoprenalineAT,
  title={Isoprenaline and the pancreas in dogs.},
  author={L. Bennett and A. Pap and S. Naruse and D. F. Magee},
  journal={Journal of autonomic pharmacology},
  year={1989},
  volume={9 6},
  pages={
          379-85
        }
}
1. In conscious dogs basal pancreatic secretion per 100 min was significantly reduced by 0.75 microgram kg-1h-1 of isoprenaline. The expected spontaneous peaking was seen only after stopping the drug. 2. Following propranolol, the 100-min pancreatic secretion was less than control but greater than secretion after isoprenaline. The interpeak interval was increased, and the perigee levels (interpeak) were higher than in the controls. Peak protein secretion was unaltered but volume was reduced. 3… Expand

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