volume 2, issue 4, P281-322 1879
DOI: 10.1113/jphysiol.1879.sp000066
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Abstract: FROM observations on living tissue it has been shown that in the pancreas()1, and at any rate in some of the salivary glands(2), there is during rest a gradual formation of granules, which during activity are used up.The main objects of the following observations were to find out whether a similar round of events takes place in gastric glands, and whether in the mammal there are any differences in the behaviour of border' and chief cells which would make more certain their respective functions.In the frog the…

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