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Новые панкреатические гормоны: грелин (обзор литературы)


New pancreatic hormones: ghrelin (review of literature)

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Волков В.П. Новые панкреатические гормоны: грелин (обзор литературы) // Universum: Медицина и фармакология : электрон. научн. журн. 2014. № 12(13). URL: http://7universum.com/ru/med/archive/item/1797 (дата обращения: 21.09.2019).
 
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Keywords: ghrelin, physiological action

АННОТАЦИЯ

Грелин — многофункциональный пептидный гормон, секретируется ε-клетками островков Лангерганса поджелудочной железы. Его биологические эффекты можно разделить на внутри- и внепанкреатические. Все они являются следствием паракринного, гормонального и центрального действия грелина.

ABSTRACT

Ghrelin — a multipurpose peptide hormone is secreted from the ε-cells of Langergans's islands of a pancreas. Its biological effects can be shared on inside- and extra pancreatic. All of them are a consequence of paraсrinе, hormonal and central action of a ghrelin.


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