Letter: Transplacental passage of chlordiazepoxide.

@article{Stirrat1974LetterTP,
  title={Letter: Transplacental passage of chlordiazepoxide.},
  author={G. Stirrat and P. Edington and D. Berry},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  year={1974},
  volume={2},
  pages={729 - 729}
}
clude the possibility of a direct effect of metoclopramide and propantheline on absorption across the intestinal mucosa. We have tested the effects of these compounds and of phenobarbitone on D-xylose absorption from rat small intestine in vitro. Everted sacs were used with Krebs phosphate buffer containing calci,um and glucose.' Transport of 50 mM xylose was measured with a concentration gradientthat is, with buffer only and no xylose initially within the sac. The drugs were added to the… Expand

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