Gastrointestinal hormones

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diabetis
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Gastrointestinal hormones
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2014-01-20 15:25:49
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Hormones Gastric
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Gastrointestinal hormones
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  1. Gastrin
    • Produced in: Stomach
    • Stimulated by: Digestion, partially digested proteins, autonomic astimulation, alcohol caffeine.

    Secretory effect: Increases gastric secretion

    Motility effect: Increases gastric motility
  2. Secretin
    Produced in: Duodenum

    Stimulated by: Acidity of chyme

    Secretory effects: decreases gastric secretion, stimulates pancreatic and bile secretion.

    Decreases gastric motility
  3. Cholecystokinin
    Produced in Duodenum

    Stimulated by peptides and fatty acids

    Secretory effects: Decreases gastric secretion, stimulates pancreatic secretions, causes gallblader to contract, relaxation of heptopancreatic ampullar spincter.

    Strongly decreases gastric motility.
  4. 3 Gastrointestinal hormones
    • Gastrin
    • secretin
    • Cholecystokinin

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