GABA is known as a major inhibitory transmitter in the central nervous system, but has also been shown to be present with high concentrations in the pancreas [44,45,46]

GABA is known as a major inhibitory transmitter in the central nervous system, but has also been shown to be present with high concentrations in the pancreas [44,45,46]. interactions among islet cells under hypoglycemic conditions. Therefore, the mechanism by which glucagon secretion is reduced in hypoglycemia is still controversial, although it may be partially explained… Continue reading GABA is known as a major inhibitory transmitter in the central nervous system, but has also been shown to be present with high concentrations in the pancreas [44,45,46]