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301-GI Hormones

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GASTRIN PROTEINS stimulate G CELLS(OF THE STOMACH) to release GASTRIN which releases HISTAMINE(BY ECL) AND ACID(BY PARIETAL)
SOMATOSTATIN ACIDIC CONDITIONS stimulate D CELLS(OF THE STOMACH) to release SOMATOSTATIN which inhibits ACID RELEASE(BY PARIETAL)
SECRETIN ACIDIC CONDITIONS stimulate S CELLS(IN THE SI) to release SECRETIN which stimulate DUCTAL PANCREAS CELLS to release BICARBONATE.
CCK FATTY ACIDS AND PROTEINS stimulate I CELLS(IN THE SI) to release CCK which stimulate ACINAR PANCREAS CELLS to release NA, CL, K, BICARB, AND DIGESTIVE ENZYMES. ALSO GALL BLADDER CONTRACTION AND ODI RELAXATION.
PEPTIDE YY FATTY ACIDS, GLUCOSE, AND PROTEINS stimulate L CELLS(IN THE SI) to release PEPTIDE YY which inhibits ALL GI SECRETIONS
GIP FATTY ACIDS AND GLUCOSE stimulate K CELLS(IN THE SI) to release INSULIN
GLP 1-2 FATTY ACIDS, GLUCOSE, AND PROTEINS stimulate L CELLS(IN THE SI) to release GLP which MAINTAINS GLUCOSE HOMEOSTASIS AND EPITHLIAL CELL PROLIFERATION
Created by: tgesch2