The effect of intravenous histalog on gastric secretion in man
The infusion of Histalog can produce constant maximal stimulation of the gastric acid and volume, without adverse effects. This technique would seem to be an excellent tool for human gastric experimentation. It has been especially useful in our laboratory in the evaluation of gastric inhibitory agents.
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