Mechanism of ghrelin-evoked glucagon secretion from the pancreas of diabetic rats.
- Published Article
Neuro endocrinology letters
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2002
The ghrelin-induced glucagon secretion in diabetic rats is not controlled via cholinergic or adrenergic pathways. In conclusion, it appears that the main target of ghrelin in the rat endocrine pancreas is not glucagon-producing cells but rather insulin secreting cells which are more involve in weight gain and body growth.
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