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'''Epsilon cells''' (ε-cells) are [[endocrine]] [[Cell (biology)|cells]] found in the [[Islets of Langerhans]] and produce the hormone [[ghrelin]]. They were recently discovered in mice.
 
'''Epsilon cells''' (ε-cells) are [[endocrine]] [[Cell (biology)|cells]] found in the [[Islets of Langerhans]] and produce the hormone [[ghrelin]]. They were recently discovered in mice.
  
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Epsilon cells (ε-cells) are endocrine cells found in the Islets of Langerhans and produce the hormone ghrelin. They were recently discovered in mice.

References

http://www.ihop-net.org/UniPub/iHOP/pm/10257219.html?pmid=14970313




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