Cholecystokinin-Pancreozymin

 

Gastrin Cholecystokinin Pancreozymin: The two hormones are the same. It has a contratile effect on the gall bladder and also stimulates the secretion of enzyme containing pancreatic juice. It has 39 amino and residues. The cells that produce this enzyme are intestinal TG and I cells. They are usually stimulated to produce their secretion by amino acids and peptides, trypsin inhibitors, yolk magnesium sulphate and fatty acid.

 

 

                       

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