The interaction of secretin and stimulants of gastric acid secretion in anaesthetized cats.

@article{Braganza1976TheIO,
  title={The interaction of secretin and stimulants of gastric acid secretion in anaesthetized cats.},
  author={J. Braganza and A. Gibbs and H. T. Howat},
  journal={The Journal of Physiology},
  year={1976},
  volume={258}
}
1. In fasting anaesthetized cats in which the pylorus and common bile duct were occluded, acid secretion in response to caerulein, desulphated caerulein, histamine and N methyl histamine given singly and combined with Boots secretin 4 C.H.R. u./kg hr has been studied. 2. Eight separate estimates of the calculated maximal response of acid (four acid stimulants given with and without secretin) did not differ significantly from one another. In the presence of secretin the E.D.50 of each acid… Expand
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