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gas·tro·in·tes·ti·nal hor·mone

any secretion of the gastrointestinal mucosa affecting the timing and quantity of various digestive secretions (for example, secretin) or causing enhanced motility of the target organ (for example, cholecystokinin).
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gas·tro·in·tes·ti·nal hor·mone

(gastrō-in-testi-năl hōrmōn)
Any secretion of the gastrointestinal mucosa affecting the timing and quantity of various digestive secretions or causing enhanced motility of the target organ.
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Studies on gastrointestinal hormone and jejunal interdigestive migrating motor complex in patients with or without early dumping syndrome after total gastrectomy with Roux-en-Y reconstruction for early gastric cancer.
Postprandial gastrointestinal hormone production is different, depending on the type of reconstruction following total gastrectomy.
Gastrointestinal hormones are regulated by the autonomic nervous system, the vagal nerve in particular.
The regulative effects are preformed mainly via inhibition of the release of central CRF and activation of vagal pathway, which are also involved in the release of gastrointestinal hormones such as MTL, GAS and SS.
Changes of gastric emptying and gastrointestinal hormones in patients with functional dyspepsia.
The relationship between functional dyspepsia and gastrointestinal hormones MTL, NO, SP, SS.
In the present study, the effects of an essential oil (EO) extracted from Atractylodes lancea on delayed gastric emptying, gastrointestinal hormone and hypothalamic corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) abnormalities induced by restraint stress in rats were investigated and the mechanism of the EO is also explored.
Keywords: Essential oil; Atractylodes lancea; Restraint stress; Gastric emptying; Gastrointestinal hormone; Corticotropin-releasing factor
KEY WORDS: Enteral feeding; Glutamine; Neonate; Serum vitamin D; Gastrointestinal hormone.
Serum gastrointestinal hormone levels: After 14 days of feeding, the serum MOT and GAS levels of both groups rose, with significant intra-group and inter-group differences.
Table-IV: Serum gastrointestinal hormone levels (pg/ml, xs).

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