Effects of glutathione and of cysteine on intestinal absorption of selenium from selenite

@article{Senn1992EffectsOG,
  title={Effects of glutathione and of cysteine on intestinal absorption of selenium from selenite},
  author={Esther Senn and Erwin Scharrer and Siegfried J Wolffram},
  journal={Biological Trace Element Research},
  year={1992},
  volume={33},
  pages={103-108}
}
The influence of glutathione (1 mmol/L) (GSH) on in vitro mucosal uptake and in vivo absorption of75Se-labeled selenite (10 μmol/L) was investigated in rat jejunum. For comparison, the effect ofl-cysteine (1 mmol/L) on in vivo absorption of75Se-labeled selenite was also studied. In the in vitro, uptake experiments, only the mucosal surface was exposed to the incubation medium for 3 min. For the in vivo experiments, a luminal perfusion technique was employed. GSH inhibited in vitro mucosal Se… CONTINUE READING

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