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A patient being treated for depression comes to his physician complaining that he has difficulty swallowing his food. Communication is achieved via the endocrine, neurocrine, paracrine, and immune mediators that act at sites distant from the site of stimulation and locally. Classification of Enteric Nerves Type Primary neurotransmitters Myenteric neurons Stimulatory motor neurons Acetylcholine Inhibitory motor neurons Nitric oxide Ascending and descending interneurons Acetylcholine, 5-hydroxytryptamine Sensory neurons Substance P Submucosal neurons Gastrointestinal Physiology - LANGE Noncholinergic secretomotor neurons Vasoactive intestinal polypeptide Cholinergic secretomotor neurons Acetylcholine Sensory neurons Substance P Enteric Neurotransmitters The various neurons of the enteric nervous system can be classified into various subtypes on the basis of their morphology, and these appear also to correspond to chemical coding and to function. At a threshold of around pH 3, somatostatin release is triggered from D cells in the gastric antrum, and acts on G cells to suppress gastrin release. However, under normal conditions, most of the release of gastrin occurs in the stomach, and of the other hormones in the duodenum and to some extent the jejunum. Finally, the sphincter of Oddi relaxes in conjunction with a meal to allow the outflow of both biliary and pancreatic secretions into the lumen.