Influences of diet, short-chain fatty acids, lactate and chloride on bicarbonate movement across the reticulo-rumen wall of sheep.

@article{Gbel1991InfluencesOD,
  title={Influences of diet, short-chain fatty acids, lactate and chloride on bicarbonate movement across the reticulo-rumen wall of sheep.},
  author={Gotthold G{\"a}bel and M Bestmann and Holger Martens},
  journal={Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin. Reihe A},
  year={1991},
  volume={38 7},
  pages={523-9}
}
Influences of short-chain fatty acids (SCFA), chloride or lactate on net bicarbonate movement were determined in the temporarily isolated and washed reticulo-rumen of sheep used to 100% hay or 81% concentrate diets. Replacement of SCFA by gluconate and mannitol reversed net bicarbonate secretion into net absorption. The reversal of net bicarbonate movement could not be prevented by presence of D/L-lactate. Replacement of chloride in addition to replacement of SCFA enhanced net absorption of… CONTINUE READING

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