Experimental and regional variations in Na+‐dependent and Na+‐independent phosphate transport along the rat small intestine and colon

@inproceedings{Marks2015ExperimentalAR,
  title={Experimental and regional variations in Na+‐dependent and Na+‐independent phosphate transport along the rat small intestine and colon},
  author={Joanne Marks and Grace J. Lee and Sobiya P. Nadaraja and Edward S. Debnam and Robert J Unwin},
  booktitle={Physiological reports},
  year={2015}
}
Despite the importance of extracellular phosphate in many essential biological processes, the mechanisms of phosphate transport across the epithelium of different intestinal segments remain unclear. We have used an in vitro method to investigate phosphate transport at the brush border membrane (BBM) of intact intestinal segments and an in vivo method to study transepithelial phosphate absorption. We have used micromolar phosphate concentrations known to favor NaPi-IIb-mediated transport, and… CONTINUE READING

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