Longitudinal changes of plasma pancreatic enzymes and hormones in experimental pancreatolithiasis in dogs

@article{Hayakawa2005LongitudinalCO,
  title={Longitudinal changes of plasma pancreatic enzymes and hormones in experimental pancreatolithiasis in dogs},
  author={T. Hayakawa and T. Kondo and T. Shibata and M. Kitagawa and H. Sobajima and Y. Sakai and H. Ishiguro and Y. Nakae and M. Tanikawa and S. Naruse},
  journal={Digestive Diseases and Sciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={38},
  pages={2098-2103}
}
Plasma pancreatic enzymes and hormones were longitudinally observed after producing partial obstruction of the major pancreatic duct in dogs to study an initial state of chronic pancreatitis or pancreatolithiasis. Fasting plasma immunoreactive cationic trypsin was elevated during the first six months and then decreased in a subgroup with pancreatic opposite at the end of the 12-month period. Similar but less prominent changes were found in fasting plasma immunoreactive pancreatic polypeptide… Expand
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