Intestinal accumulation of urea in germ-free animals--a factor in caecal enlargement.

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To examine the connection between caecal size and urea concentration in the caecal contents urease inhibition was tested in conventional animals and urea and urease were administered to germ-free rats and mice. Administration of alloxan and barbituric acid and immunization with urease led to slightly larger caeca in conventional animals. Neomycin treatment… (More)

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