Use of gut peptide receptor agonists and antagonists in gastrointestinal diseases.

Abstract

Because of the numerous actions of gut peptides and the numerous approaches to modification of their activity, it is likely that many other agents will be introduced in the near future. Although a peptide analogue has so far found the largest clinical role, given the problems of peptide pharmacology, the development of nonpeptide gut peptide agonists and… (More)

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@article{Maton1992UseOG, title={Use of gut peptide receptor agonists and antagonists in gastrointestinal diseases.}, author={Pierre Maton and Randy Jensen}, journal={Gastroenterology clinics of North America}, year={1992}, volume={21 3}, pages={551-66} }