The role of products of food digestion in the stimulation of pancreatic secretion
This investigation was carried out on dogs in whom the pancreatic duct was exteriorized by surgical operation. The quantity of the juice and the concentration of the enzymes (amylase, trypsin and lipase) secreted in response to different stimuli were determined. After establishing the normal values for the secretory function of the pancreas two-thirds to four-fifths of the stomach was resected in these dogs. The latter were observed for 18 months.
KeywordsPublic Health Lipase Trypsin Amylase Pancreatic Duct
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