The Role of Cholinergic and Peptidergic Pathways in the Regulation of Pancreatic Exocrine Function During Postnatal Development in Pigs

@article{Leniewska2001TheRO,
  title={The Role of Cholinergic and Peptidergic Pathways in the Regulation of Pancreatic Exocrine Function During Postnatal Development in Pigs},
  author={V. Leśniewska and A. Gregard and B. Westr{\"o}m and M. S. Hedemann and H. L{\ae}rke and D. Kruszewska and S. Pierzynowski},
  journal={Experimental Physiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={86}
}
The aim of this study was to investigate the role of the parasympathetic (cholinergic and peptidergic) nervous system in the regulation of exocrine pancreas function in piglets during their early postnatal development. The cholinergic and peptidergic regulatory pathways of exocrine pancreatic function were tested by the specific muscarinic receptor blocker 4‐diphenylacetoxy‐N‐methylpiperidine‐methiodide (4‐DAMP) and bombesin, respectively. At the age of 2 weeks, piglets were surgically fitted… Expand
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