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The transfer system for neutral amino acids in the rat small intestine
Wiseman (1955) showed that certain mono-amino-mono-carboxylic acids or neutral amino acids compete with each other during absorption from the hamster small intestine, and suggested that these aminoExpand
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Streaming potentials in the rat small intestine
1. The effect of adverse osmotic pressure gradients on fluid transfer and electrical potential across the wall of sacs of rat everted small intestine was investigated.
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Effects of fasting on intestinal transfer of sugars and amino acids in vitro
1. Transfer of sugars, amino acids and fluid and metabolism of glucose were studied with everted sacs of small intestine prepared from fed and 3‐day fasted rats.
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Transfer of glucose and fluid by different parts of the small intestine of the rat
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Competition between enantiomorphs of amino acids during intestinal absorption
Kamin & Handler (1952) investigated the possibility of competition between various amino acids for absorption from the intestine, and concluded that although the rate of absorption of one amino acidExpand
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The active transfer of d‐methionine by the rat intestine in vitro
Gibson & Wiseman (1951) showed that the L forms of a number of amino acids disappeared from the lumen of the intestine of the rat more rapidly than the corresponding D-enantiomorphs, and theyExpand
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Electrical potentials associated with intestinal sugar transfer
SUMMARY 1. Techniques are described for measurement of the potential across the wall ofthe rat intestine both in vivo andin vitro.2. The serosal side of the intestine is positive to the mucosal. TheExpand
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Short‐circuit current and solute transfer by rat jejunum.
Barry, Matthews, Smyth & Wright (1962) have shown that the potential which exists across the intestine depends not on the mechanism responsible for fluid movement as might be expected, but on theExpand
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The intestinal absorption of amino‐acid enantiomorphs
Gibson & Wiseman (1951) showed that when amino-acids were injected into the lumen of the intestine of the rat, the L-enantiomorph disappeared at a faster rate than the D-enantiomorph, and theyExpand
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