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The Gastrin-Producing Cell

  • W. Creutzfeldt
  • C. Creutzfeldt
  • R. Arnold

Abstract

The gastrin-producing cell (G cell) is characterized by the fact that it occurs exclusively in the antral mucosa and the duodenum, i. e. the area from which gastrin has been extracted [10], and by certain ultrastructural and histochemical features present in different species.

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Pancreatic Islet Endocrine Cell International Diabetes Federation Pernicious Anaemia Antral Mucosa 
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  • W. Creutzfeldt
  • C. Creutzfeldt
  • R. Arnold

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