Diabetapedia definition: An incretin hormone produced by the endocrine L-cells in the wall of the small intestine; when released in the gut in response to eating, it helps drive insulin secretion from the pancreas and influences how insulin acts in glucose metabolism in other organs of the body.
Reference: American Diabetes Association Forefront
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