Kinetics of uptake of glucose in rabbit jejunum: influence of sodium, unstirred layers, and passive permeation.

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Failure to account for the effect of the unstirred water layer and the contribution of passive permeation will lead to errors in the estimation of the kinetic constants of glucose uptake into the intestine. It is widely accepted that variations in the concentration of sodium in the bulk phase profoundly influence the rate of uptake of glucose in the… (More)

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@article{Thomson1983KineticsOU, title={Kinetics of uptake of glucose in rabbit jejunum: influence of sodium, unstirred layers, and passive permeation.}, author={Alan B. R. Thomson}, journal={Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology}, year={1983}, volume={61 10}, pages={1129-37} }