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Secretion of neurotensin from isolated perfused porcine ileum

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Secretion of neurotensin from isolated perfused porcine ileum. / Holst Pedersen, J; Knuthsen, S; Bernabei, M; Orskov, C; Holst, J J.

I: Regulatory Peptides, Bind 21, Nr. 1-2, 05.1988, s. 13-9.

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Holst Pedersen, J, Knuthsen, S, Bernabei, M, Orskov, C & Holst, JJ 1988, 'Secretion of neurotensin from isolated perfused porcine ileum', Regulatory Peptides, bind 21, nr. 1-2, s. 13-9.

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Holst Pedersen, J., Knuthsen, S., Bernabei, M., Orskov, C., & Holst, J. J. (1988). Secretion of neurotensin from isolated perfused porcine ileum. Regulatory Peptides, 21(1-2), 13-9.

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Holst Pedersen J, Knuthsen S, Bernabei M, Orskov C, Holst JJ. Secretion of neurotensin from isolated perfused porcine ileum. Regulatory Peptides. 1988 maj;21(1-2):13-9.

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Holst Pedersen, J ; Knuthsen, S ; Bernabei, M ; Orskov, C ; Holst, J J. / Secretion of neurotensin from isolated perfused porcine ileum. I: Regulatory Peptides. 1988 ; Bind 21, Nr. 1-2. s. 13-9.

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title = "Secretion of neurotensin from isolated perfused porcine ileum",
abstract = "The secretion and molecular nature of immunoreactive neurotensin (NT) was studied following stimulation of an isolated perfused porcine ileal segment with glucose, triglyceride and intra-arterial infusion of gastrin-releasing peptide (GRP). Secreted peptides were separated using gel chromatography and analyzed with 3 sequence-specific radioimmunoassays towards NT. Glucose (5%) and GRP both stimulated NT secretion from the ileal segment whereas pure triglyceride did not. Maximal secretion of NT during glucose perfusion was 0.448 nmol/min and 6.9 nmol/min during GRP infusion (medians, n = 5). GRP infused in doses from 10(-10) to 10(-8) M stimulated NT release in a dose-related manner. Following gel chromatography only the intact peptide and no smaller or larger molecular size immunoreactive components were observed. The study showed that both luminal and humoral stimuli release NT from the isolated pig ileum. Apparently no fragments or other NT-related immunoreactive components were cosecreted with the peptide.",
keywords = "Animals, Gastrin-Releasing Peptide, Gastrointestinal Hormones/pharmacology, Glucose/pharmacology, Ileum/drug effects, In Vitro Techniques, Neurotensin/secretion, Peptides/pharmacology, Perfusion, Swine, Triglycerides/pharmacology",
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AU - Holst Pedersen, J

AU - Knuthsen, S

AU - Bernabei, M

AU - Orskov, C

AU - Holst, J J

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N2 - The secretion and molecular nature of immunoreactive neurotensin (NT) was studied following stimulation of an isolated perfused porcine ileal segment with glucose, triglyceride and intra-arterial infusion of gastrin-releasing peptide (GRP). Secreted peptides were separated using gel chromatography and analyzed with 3 sequence-specific radioimmunoassays towards NT. Glucose (5%) and GRP both stimulated NT secretion from the ileal segment whereas pure triglyceride did not. Maximal secretion of NT during glucose perfusion was 0.448 nmol/min and 6.9 nmol/min during GRP infusion (medians, n = 5). GRP infused in doses from 10(-10) to 10(-8) M stimulated NT release in a dose-related manner. Following gel chromatography only the intact peptide and no smaller or larger molecular size immunoreactive components were observed. The study showed that both luminal and humoral stimuli release NT from the isolated pig ileum. Apparently no fragments or other NT-related immunoreactive components were cosecreted with the peptide.

AB - The secretion and molecular nature of immunoreactive neurotensin (NT) was studied following stimulation of an isolated perfused porcine ileal segment with glucose, triglyceride and intra-arterial infusion of gastrin-releasing peptide (GRP). Secreted peptides were separated using gel chromatography and analyzed with 3 sequence-specific radioimmunoassays towards NT. Glucose (5%) and GRP both stimulated NT secretion from the ileal segment whereas pure triglyceride did not. Maximal secretion of NT during glucose perfusion was 0.448 nmol/min and 6.9 nmol/min during GRP infusion (medians, n = 5). GRP infused in doses from 10(-10) to 10(-8) M stimulated NT release in a dose-related manner. Following gel chromatography only the intact peptide and no smaller or larger molecular size immunoreactive components were observed. The study showed that both luminal and humoral stimuli release NT from the isolated pig ileum. Apparently no fragments or other NT-related immunoreactive components were cosecreted with the peptide.

KW - Animals

KW - Gastrin-Releasing Peptide

KW - Gastrointestinal Hormones/pharmacology

KW - Glucose/pharmacology

KW - Ileum/drug effects

KW - In Vitro Techniques

KW - Neurotensin/secretion

KW - Peptides/pharmacology

KW - Perfusion

KW - Swine

KW - Triglycerides/pharmacology

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 3393691

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SP - 13

EP - 19

JO - Regulatory Peptides

JF - Regulatory Peptides

SN - 0167-0115

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ER -

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