Research Article| Volume 51, ISSUE 6, P705-707, June 1962

Gastrin content of human stomachs in patients with gastric and duodenal ulcer

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      Gastrin has been extracted from the antral mucosa of patients with gastric and duodenal ulcer, and from normal hogs. The yield of gastrin per stomach was similar in the gastric and duodenal ulcer patients, but less than that obtained from hogs. The finding is briefly discussed.
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