Mechanistic bases for differences in passive absorption.

@article{Lavin2007MechanisticBF,
  title={Mechanistic bases for differences in passive absorption.},
  author={Shana R Lavin and Todd J McWhorter and William H Karasov},
  journal={The Journal of experimental biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={210 Pt 15},
  pages={2754-64}
}
Increasing evidence indicates that small birds have more extensive non-mediated, paracellular intestinal absorption of hydrosoluble compounds than do mammals, although studies have not employed uniform methodologies or demonstrated differences at the tissue level. The mechanistic bases behind apparent species differences are poorly understood. We show using uniform methodology at the whole-animal level that intact, unanesthetized pigeons had significantly higher absorption of l-arabinose and l… CONTINUE READING

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