Concentration-dependent atypical intestinal absorption of cyclic phenylalanylserine: small intestine acts as an interface between the body and ingested compounds.

Abstract

Intestinal absorption of peptides in linear form has been studied extensively, but there is little knowledge of peptides in a cyclic form. In this report, intestinal absorption of cyclic phenylalanylserine (cyclo(Phe-Ser)), a precursor of gliotoxin, was studied in isolated rat small intestine as a model cyclic dipeptide. Absorption clearance (CLabs… (More)

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