Intestinal transport of weak electrolytes: Determinants of influx at the luminal surface

@article{Jackson1978IntestinalTO,
  title={Intestinal transport of weak electrolytes: Determinants of influx at the luminal surface},
  author={Michael John Jackson and A M Williamson and W A Dombrowski and D E Garner},
  journal={The Journal of General Physiology},
  year={1978},
  volume={71},
  pages={301 - 327}
}
The determinants of weak electrolyte influx into everted segments of rat small intestine have been studied. Preliminary experiments showed that the observed influxes could be described as unidirectional, diffusional fluxes of the nonionized compound uncomplicated by a parallel ionic component. It is shown that the determinants of weak electrolyte influx in this situation may be described in terms of the resistance of the unstirred layer to movement from the bulk phase to the cell surface, the… CONTINUE READING

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