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The use of the isolated, homologous perfused canine stomach in the study of the loci and mechanism of action of gastrointestinal hormones

, : The use of the isolated, homologous perfused canine stomach in the study of the loci and mechanism of action of gastrointestinal hormones. Materia Medica Polona. Polish Journal of Medicine and Pharmacy 9(2): 113-117

An isolated stomach from a dog was prepared and perfused as described by Kowalewski et al. (Canadian Journal of Surgery (1972) 7, 225). Injections of gastrin pentapeptide 5, motilin 0.1 and cholecystokinin-octapeptide 2 mu g caused premature control potentials (slow waves), uncoupling of the pattern of electrical control activity, responses activity (spiking) and associated mechanical activity.


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