Intestinal Epithelial Cell Surface Membrane Glycoprotein Synthesis

@inproceedings{Weiser2002IntestinalEC,
  title={Intestinal Epithelial Cell Surface Membrane Glycoprotein Synthesis},
  author={Milton M. Weiser},
  year={2002}
}
The cell surface membranes of mitotically active crypt cells from rat intestinal epithelium were found to have glycosyltransferase activities and endogenous acceptors not found on the differentiating villus cells. Rat intestinal epithelial cells were isolated as intact cells from different levels of the villus and crypt areas representing sequential stages of cellular differentiation. Incubation of these cells with UDP-N-acetyl[l-14C]glucosamine, UDP-[UJ4C]glucose, UDP[l-3H]galactose, GDP-[UJ4C… CONTINUE READING

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