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    Postnatal development of biliary and pancreatic exocrine secretion in piglets.

    Authors
    Harada E, Kiriyama H, Kobayashi E, et al. 
    Source
    Comp Biochem Physiol A Comp Physiol 1988; 91(1) :43-51.
    Abstract

    1. The secretory responses of bile and exocrine pancreas were studied in various aged piglets. 2. At 3 days old the bile and exocrine pancreas could be reacted by various stimulations. The response by secretin was the same as that in the 28 day old. 3. Protein concentration in pancreatic juice by CCK-8 increased steeply after 6 days old, but the ratio of amylase to protein rose abruptly at 28 days old. 4. These findings indicate that (1) the secretory capacity of bile and pancreatic juice developed predominantly at an early period of postnatal life; (2) the formation of bile acids and pancreatic digestive enzymes developed gradually during the suckling period.

    Mesh
    Age Factors
    Amylases
    Animals
    Animals, Suckling
    Bile
    Electrolytes
    Male
    Pancreas
    Pancreatic Juice
    Proteins
    Secretin
    Sincalide
    Swine
    Vagus Nerve
    Language

    eng

    Pub Type(s)
    Journal Article Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
    PubMed ID

    2461832

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