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Role of cholecystokinin in the control of gastric somatostatin in the rat: in vivo and in vitro studies

Eissele, R ; Koop, I ; Schaar, M ; Koop, H ; Arnold, R

Regulatory Peptides, 1991, Vol.32(3), pp.333-340 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Role of cholecystokinin in the control of gastric somatostatin in the rat: in vivo and in vitro studies
  • Autor: Eissele, R ; Koop, I ; Schaar, M ; Koop, H ; Arnold, R
  • Assuntos: Caerulein ; D-Cell ; Stomach ; Chemistry ; Anatomy & Physiology
  • É parte de: Regulatory Peptides, 1991, Vol.32(3), pp.333-340
  • Descrição: Cholecystokinin (CCK) has been shown to be a powerful stimulus for somatostatin release from isolated canine fundic D-cells in short-term culture. The influence of the CCK analogue caerulein on the secretory activity of the D-cell in the intact stomach in vitro and the effect of elevated plasma levels of endogenous CCK on gastric somatostatin stores in vivo were investigated in the rat. Basal somatostatin secretion from the isolated, vascularly perfused rat stomach preparation was not affected by various doses of caerulein. Slight stimulation of somatostatin-like immunoreactivity (SLI) release by epinephrine was significantly inhibited by caerulein, whereas caerulein did not alter half-maximal stimulation of SLI secretion by isoproterenol. Rats with chronically elevated plasma CCK levels induced by experimental exocrine pancreatic insuffiency did not show any change in tissue concentrations of SLI or in D-cell number, both in the antrum and corpus. These data suggest that CCK — in contrast to dogs — is not an important modulator of gastric somatostatin in the rat.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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