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abbr. for intestinal gastrin cell; a small, granulated, gastrin‐producing cell of the human upper small intestine. IG cells are smaller than, and ultrastructurally different from, CCK‐producing I cells, gastrin‐producing G cells of the gastric pylorus, and TG cells.

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