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The lining of the small intestine.
  • F. Moog
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Scientific American
  • 1 November 1981
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The differentiation and redifferentiation of the intestinal epithelium and its brush border membrane.
  • F. Moog
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Ciba Foundation symposium
  • 16 January 1979
This paper briefly reviews the progress of investigations during the past 30 years into the development of the intestinal epithelium, and surveys the directions in which research in this field is nowExpand
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Forage and legumes as protein supplements for pasture based systems
Major emphasis for pasture improvement in the tropics has been placed on grass-legume pastures. The grass-legume approach in pasture development is based on the knowledge that tropical soils oftenExpand
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THE PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PHOSPHOMONOESTERASES
Researches of the past ten years bearing on the physiological significance of the common acid and alkaline phosphomonoesterases may be summarized in the following facts and concepts, (i) The alkalineExpand
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The functional differentiation of the small intestine. VIII. Regional differences in the alkaline phosphatases of the small intestine of the mouse from birth to one year.
  • F. Moog
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Developmental biology
  • 1 April 1961
Abstract 1. 1. The alkaline phosphatase activity of the small intestine of the mature mouse is highest at the pyloric end of the duodenum and falls sharply to a much lower level in the jejunum. 2. 2.Expand
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Alkaline phosphatase and maltase activity in the embryonic chick intestine in culture. Influence of thyroxine and hydrocortisone.
In strips of duodenum from 14-day chick embryos explanted into defined medium, alkaline phosphatase (ALP) activity accumulated in the tissue at a faster rate than in vivo for about 48 hr, but failedExpand
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Intestinal Phosphatase Activity: Acceleration of Increase by Puromycin and Actinomycin
  • F. Moog
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Science
  • 24 April 1964
Alkaline phosphatase activity of the mouse duodenum normally increases 20-fold between 13 and 20 days. Activity at 15 days is raised two to three times above normal by administering actinomycin D,Expand
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The regulation of alkaline phosphatase activity in the duodenum of the mouse from birth to maturity.
  • F. Moog
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental zoology
  • 1 April 1966
Actinomycin D elevates the alkaline phosphatase activity of the duodenum of the mouse. The effect is relatively slight, but positive, during the first postnatal week, but thereafter becomes marked,Expand
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Development of intestinal brush border membrane proteins in the rat.
1. The proteins of the intestinal microvillus membrane have been studied during post-natal development in the rat (days 12--37). 2. In suckling animals (up to age 20 days), the majority of alkalineExpand
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