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Pankreas

  • H. Hundeshagen
Part of the Handbuch der Medizinischen Radiologie / Encyclopedia of Medical Radiology book series (HDBRADIOL, volume 15 / 2)

Zusammenfassung

Das exokrine Pankreas ist das Organ mit der höchsten Proteinsyntheserate, dies ist bedingt durch die Synthese von Verdauungsenzymen. Somit ist ein rascher und gegenüber anderen Organen erhöhter Einbau von Aminosäuren zu erwarten (Wheeler et al., 1949; Busch et al., 1959; Hansson, 1959). Friedberg et al. (1948) sowie Wheeler et al. (1949) fanden, daß mit Radionukliden markierten Aminosäuren nach Applikation ein Gleichgewicht zwischen Gewebeproteinen und freien Aminosäuren im Blut entsteht. Es bestehen jedoch bei den Inkorporationsraten der einzelnen Organe deutliche Unterschiede.

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