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Effects of carbohydrate type and concentration and solution osmolality on water absorption.
We studied intestinal absorption of solutions containing either one (glucose, Glu, or maltodextrin, Mal) or two (fructose, Fru, and Glu or sucrose, Suc) transportable carbohydrate (CHO) substratesExpand
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Human intestinal water absorption: direct vs. indirect measurements.
Distilled water, a carbohydrate-electrolyte (CE; 4% sucrose, 2% glucose, 17.2 meq/l NaCl, and 2.8 meq/l KCl) solution, or a 10% glucose solution, all containing the nonabsorbed indicator polyethyleneExpand
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Intestinal water absorption from select carbohydrate solutions in humans.
Eight men positioned a triple-lumen tube in the duodenojejunum. By use of segmental perfusion, 2, 4, 6, or 8% solutions of glucose (111-444 mM), sucrose (55-233 mM), a maltodextrin [17-67 mM, avg.Expand
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Effect of Insulin and Oral Glutathione on Glutathione Levels and Superoxide Dismutase Activities in Organs of Rats With Streptozocin-Induced Diabetes
The effect of insulin or glutathione treatment on glutathione content of liver and jejunal mucosa and on superoxide dismutase (SOD) activity of liver, kidney, and erythrocytes was investigated inExpand
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Effects of diabetes on intestinal growth and hexose transport in the rat.
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Proliferation rate and transit time of mucosal cells in small intestine of the diabetic rat.
Streptozotocin-induced diabetes in the rat alters intestinal function, causes hyperphagia and arrests body growth, but stimulates intestinal growth, particularly in the mucosa. Therefore we measuredExpand
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Upper limit for intestinal absorption of a dilute glucose solution in men at rest.
We studied gastric and intestinal function by gastric intubation/intestinal perfusion in six healthy male volunteers to evaluate optimal use of a 6% glucose-electrolyte (GES) solution. GastricExpand
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Calcium and sodium transport and vitamin D metabolism in the spontaneously hypertensive rat.
Serum ionized calcium levels are lower and immunoreactive parathyroid hormone levels are higher in the spontaneously hypertensive (SH) rat than in the normotensive Wistar-Kyoto (WKy) control. WeExpand
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Absorption of steroid hormones from the human small intestine.
  • H. Schedl
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of clinical endocrinology and…
  • 1 October 1965
Absorption of steroid hormones was measured as disappearance rate from the human small intestine during steady state perfusion of aqueous solutions through a transintestinal tube. AbsorptionExpand
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Creatinine excretion: variability and relationships to diet and body size.
  • R. Bleiler, H. Schedl
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of laboratory and clinical medicine
  • 1 June 1962
Abstract In general, rates of addition of creatine to and loss of creatinine from the precursor pool depend upon the dietary intake and synthesis of creatine and the conversions of phosphorylExpand
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