Gastric inhibitory polypeptide a gut hormone with anabolic functions

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A. Introduction.- I. Enterogastrone Concept.- 1. Endogenous.- 2. Exogenous.- II. Incretin Concept.- 1. Endogenous.- 2. The Insulinotropic Effect of the Gastrointestinal Hormones.- a) Secretin.- b) Gastrin.- c) Cholecystokiniti-pancreozymin (CCK-PZ).- III. Evidence for the Existence of GIP.- 1. Physiological Studies.- 2. Tissue Extraction Techniques.- B. Chemistry.- I. Isolation and Purification.- 1. Isolation.- 2. Purification Criteria.- a) Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis.- b) Thin Layer Chromatography.- c) High Pressure Liquid Chromatography.- d) Capillary Isotachophoresis.- II. Amino Acid Sequence.- 1. Cyanogen Bromide Cleavage.- 2. The Tryptic Peptides.- III. Correction to Sequence.- IV. Synthesis.- C. Physiological Actions of Exogenous GIP.- I. Gastrointestinal Effects.- 1. Gastric Inhibitory Activity.- a) Inhibition of Acid Secretion.- b) Inhibition of Gastrin Release.- 2. Effect on Pepsin Secretion.- 3. Intestinal Secretion.- 4. Salivary Secretion.- 5. Mesenteric Blood Flow.- II. Metabolic Effects.- 1. Insulin Release.- 2. Glucagon Release.- 3. Other Metabolic Effects.- a) Glucose Uptake.- b) Effects on Adipocytes.- c) Proinsulin Biosynthesis.- D. Radioimmunoassay.- I. Development.- 1. Production of Antisera.- 2. Characterization of Antisera.- 3. Preparation of 125I-GIP.- 4. Assay Procedure.- II. Immunordactive GIP (IR-GIP).- 1. Release of IR-GIP.- a) Response to a Meal.- b) Response to Carbohydrate Ingestion.- ?) Stimulation.- ?) Mechanism of Release of IR-GIP by Carbohydrate.- c) Response to Triglyceride.- d) Response to Amino Acids.- III. Inhibition of IR-GIP Release.- 1. Insulin and Glucose.- 2. Glucagon.- 3. Other Mechanisms.- a) C-Peptide.- b) Atropine.- c) Somatostatin.- IV. Nature of IR-GIP.- 1. Circulating Forms.- 2. Tissue Forms.- E. Localization.- I. Cellular Localization.- II. Release Studies.- F. Pathophysiology.- I. Diabetes Mellitus.- 1. Non-insulin-Dependent Diabetes.- 2. Insulin-Dependent Diabetes.- II. Pancreatitis.- III. Other Gastrointestinal Disorders.- 1. Coeliac Disease.- 2. Duodenal Ulcer.- 3. Vagotomy and Pyloroplasty.- IV. Obesity.- V. Uraemia.- VI. Other Clinical Situations.- 1. Pregnancy.- 2. Insulinoma.- G. Summary and Conclusions.- I. Physiological Role.- 1. Gastrointestinal Actions.- 2. Metabolic Actions.- II. Pathophysiological Role.- References.- Acknowledgements.

The gastric lining is usually divided into two regions, an anterior portion lined by fundic glands, and a posterior with pyloric glands. Cardiac glands are unique to mammals , and even then are absent in a number of species. The distributions of these glands vary between species, and do not always correspond with the same regions as in humans. Furthermore, in many non-human mammals, a portion of the stomach anterior to the cardiac glands is lined with epithelium essentially identical to that of the oesophagus. Ruminants , in particular, have a complex stomach, the first three chambers of which are all lined with oesophageal mucosa. [42]

Gastric inhibitory polypeptide a gut hormone with anabolic functions

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