The enteroglucagon response to intrajejunal infusion of glucose, triglycerides, and sodium chloride, and its relation to jejunal inhibition of gastric acid secretion in man.

@article{Holst1976TheER,
  title={The enteroglucagon response to intrajejunal infusion of glucose, triglycerides, and sodium chloride, and its relation to jejunal inhibition of gastric acid secretion in man.},
  author={Jens Juul Holst and John Christiansen and Claus K{\"u}hl},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of gastroenterology},
  year={1976},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={297-304}
}
In a previous communication we demonstrated that pentagastrin-induced gastric acid secretion is strongly and equally inhibited by intrajejunal infusions of hypertonic glucose, hypertonic sodium chloride, and triglycerides. Samples of peripheral venous blood obtained during these experiments were now analysed for insulin, glucose, pancreatic glucagon, and enteroglucagon. Pancreatic glucagon was stimulated weakly only by triglycerides. Enteroglucagon secretion was strongly stimulated by glucose… CONTINUE READING

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