The Role of Calcium in Glucagon Secretion
A review of experiments using perfused rat pancreas or perifused rat islets suggests that Ca++ plays an active role in the secretion coupling mechanism of the A cell.
KeywordsExtracellular Calcium Secretory Response Glucagon Secretion Glucagon Release Glucose Induce Insulin Release
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