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Wheater's functional histology
Wheater's functional histology , Wheater's functional histology , کتابخانه دیجیتال جندی شاپور اهواز
The influence of exogenous steroids on macromolecule uptake by the small intestine of the new‐born rat
1. Plasma concentrations of cortisol and corticosterone measured by competitive protein binding in rats between 5 and 28 days after birth have been related to the intestinal uptake of [125I]polyvinyl
The effect of adrenalectomy or pharmacological inhibition of adrenocortical function on macromolecule uptake by the new‐born rat intestine
1. Bilateral adrenalectomy in 18‐day‐old rats resulted in an extension by approximately 4 days of the period during which the villous epithelial cells of the small intestine took up polyvinyl
Early symptoms and signs of AIDS
The syndrome known as persistent generalized lymphadenopathy (PGL), characterized by the prolonged presence of swollen lymph glands in many sites, is a precursor or forme fruste of AIDS.
Interaction between hexoses and amino acids for transport in rat small intestine.
It is suggested that the inhibitory effect of galactose on leucine transport is not due to an interaction at the carrier level, and this effect was independent of the length of incubation.
Kinetics of two-carrier transfer.
Intestinal amino acid transfer in the pig (Sus scrofa).
  • V. Daniels
  • Biology, Medicine
    Comparative biochemistry and physiology. A…
  • 1 July 1972
Little interaction between protein and amino acid absorption was observed in the newborn animal as examined across everted sacs of pig intestine.