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endo_reccitation 6 - ANS GI Systems 20 THE AUTONOMIC...

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THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM Introduction to the adrenal medulla and to the stress response: autonomic nervous system, endocrine / neural components catecholamines: synthesis, secretion, receptors, mechanism of action, general hormonal effects sympathoadrenal roles: intermediary metabolism, thermogenesis, CV, respi- ratory, link to stress pheochromocytoma as main endocrine pathology: a possible role for medullary peptides ANS & GI Systems 20 GASTROINTESTINAL HORMONE SYSTEM Introduction to the endocrinology of the GI tract: neurogenic components, endocrine components and regulatory mechanisms. Enteroendocrine cells, hormone families, hormones of the GI tract and their neuroendocrine control. GI hormones: Gastrin / CCK family: gastrin, CCK; Secretin family: secretin, VIP, GIP, GLP; PP family: PPY, peptide YY, NPY; Other GI hormones: neurotensin, galanin, GRP, motilin, TRH, CGRH, SS, enkephalins, endorphins, SP. Neuroendocrine control of food intake
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course ENDOCRINOL 450 taught by Professor Advis during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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