Studies in dogs on the biphasic nature of the gastric secretory response to hypoglycaemia and other stimuli with special reference to the role of the adrenals.


The gastric secretory response of dogs with fundal pouches to insulin hypoglycaemia is biphasic in character, the two secretory peaks being separated by some hours. The first response depends on the intact innervation of the pouch and is attributed to direct vagal action on the parietal cell. Experiments have been made to test the hypothesis that the second… (More)


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