Glucagon-Like Materials in Porcine and Rat Intestinal Mucosa
Extracts of gastrointestinal tissue contain glucagon-like immunoreactive (GLI) materials with molecular weights varying between 2000 and 30,000. Some of them react with antisera specific for the C-terminal, others with antisera specific for the N-terminal portion of the glucagon molecule. In response to perfusion with glucose the serosal surface of rat small intestine releases increased amounts of some GLI fractions.
KeywordsAntigenic Site Cyanogen Bromide Serosal Surface Porcine Pancreas Immunoaffinity Chromatography
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