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Exocrine pancreatic response to the venom of the scorpion, Tityus trinitatis.
  1. C Bartholomew,
  2. J J Murphy,
  3. K F McGeeney,
  4. O Fitzgerald


    This paper records for the first time the exocrine pancreatic response to scorpion venom, in this case that of Tityus trinitatis, a scorpion endemic in Trinidad. The crude venom injected intravenously into fasting anaesthetised dogs induced a secretion of the exocrine pancreas. The secretion evoked was rich in enzymes.

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