Determinants of intestinal mucosal uptake of short- and medium-chain fatty acids and alcohols.

@article{Sallee1973DeterminantsOI,
  title={Determinants of intestinal mucosal uptake of short- and medium-chain fatty acids and alcohols.},
  author={Verney L. Sallee and John M. Dietschy},
  journal={Journal of lipid research},
  year={1973},
  volume={14 4},
  pages={
          475-84
        }
}
Uptake rates across the jejunal brush border have been measured for water-soluble fatty acids and alcohols and analyzed to determine the relative roles of the unstirred water layer and the lipid cell membrane as determinants of the intestinal absorptive process. Initial studies involving measurement of time courses of electrical transients developed across the intestine exposed to poorly permeant solute molecules showed no anomalous discrimination of probe molecules of different size or charge… CONTINUE READING
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