Résumé : The secretion of acid, pepsin, chondroitin sulfate and glycoproteins from mucus have been studied in four Heidenhain pouch dogs, under basal condition and during stimulation with histamine, a gastrinlike pentapeptide and a cholinergic drug. Histamine and the gastrin analogue stimulate acid and, to a lesser extent, pepsin secretion, and they inhibit mucus secretion; cholinergic stimulation increases the output of acid, chondroitin sulfate, pepsin and glycoproteins of the mucus. No qualitative changes in the secretion of peptic or mucous cells are observed. © 1969 S. Karger AG, Basel.