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Active Sugar Transport by the Small Intestine

@article{Faust1968ActiveST,
  title={Active Sugar Transport by the Small Intestine},
  author={R. G. Faust and M. Leadbetter and R. Plenge and A. J. McCaslin},
  journal={The Journal of General Physiology},
  year={1968},
  volume={52},
  pages={482 - 494}
}
  • R. G. Faust, M. Leadbetter, +1 author A. J. McCaslin
  • Published 1968
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of General Physiology
  • Tris-disrupted and intact brush border membrane preparations from mucosa of hamster jejunum were capable of preferentially binding actively transported D-glucose in a similar manner. Density gradient centrifugation of the Tris-disrupted brush borders indicated that D-glucose was bound to a fraction containing the cores or inner material of the microvilli. The properties of this binding were examined with the Tris-disrupted brush border preparation. Actively transported sugars competitively… CONTINUE READING

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