Functional role of carbonic anhydrase in intestinal electrolyte transport.


We examined the role of carbonic anhydrase activity in intestinal transport by measuring the effect of systemic pH and PCO2 on electrolyte transport in the presence and absence of luminal acetazolamide. Adult Sprague-Dawley rats were anesthetized, and ileal and colonic segments were perfused with Ringer solution that was acetazolamide-free or that contained… (More)


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