Intestinal permeability of Irish setter puppies challenged with a controlled oral dose of gluten.

@article{Garden1998IntestinalPO,
  title={Intestinal permeability of Irish setter puppies challenged with a controlled oral dose of gluten.},
  author={O. Garden and H. Manners and S. H. Sorensen and H. Rutgers and S. Daniels and V. Legrand-defretin and R. Batt},
  journal={Research in veterinary science},
  year={1998},
  volume={65 1},
  pages={
          23-8
        }
}
A combined test of intestinal permeability using lactulose (L) and rhamnose (R), and absorptive function using xylose (X) and 3-O-methylglucose (G), was carried out at four, six, eight and 16 weeks of age in 22 healthy control and six gluten-sensitive Irish setter (IS) dogs fed a diet containing a controlled dose of gluten from weaning. Comparisons were made with two groups of 12 healthy control dogs of breeds other than IS, one fed the same diet as the setters and the other fed a gluten-free… Expand
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