Antigen absorption in rabbit bacterial diarrhea (RDEC-1)

  title={Antigen absorption in rabbit bacterial diarrhea (RDEC-1)},
  author={Dr. Erika Isolauri and Martin Gotteland and Martine Heyman and Philippe Pochart and Jehan Francois Desjeux},
  journal={Digestive Diseases and Sciences},
Intestinal absorption of antigenic (intact) and degraded β-lactoglobulin and horseradish peroxidase was studied in rabbits experimentally infected at weaning with the rabbit-specific Escherichia coli strain RDEC-1 (015:NM). Trans epithelial fluxes of both proteins were measured at four stages after infection: early, peak, late, and recovery, on segments of ileum and Peyer's patches mounted in Ussing chambers. During this period of observation, absorption of antigenic β-lactoglobulin and intact… CONTINUE READING
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