Mechanisms of phosphate uptake into brush-border membrane vesicles from goat jejunum

@article{Schrder1996MechanismsOP,
  title={Mechanisms of phosphate uptake into brush-border membrane vesicles from goat jejunum},
  author={B. Schr�der and G. Breves},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology B},
  year={1996},
  volume={166},
  pages={230-240}
}
  • B. Schr�der, G. Breves
  • Published in Journal of Comparative Physiology B 1996
  • DOI:10.1007/BF00263987
This study concerns the uptake of inorganic phosphate into brush-border membrane vesicles prepared from jejunal tissues of either control or Ca-and/or P-depleted goats. The brush-border membrane vesicles showed a time-dependent accumulation of inorganic phosphate with a typical overshoot phenomenon in the presence of an inwardly directed Na+ gradient. The Na+-dependent inorganic phosphate uptake was completely inhibited by application of 5 mmol·l-1 sodium arsenate. Half-maximal stimulation of… CONTINUE READING

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