Na+ transport by mammalian stomach.

  title={Na+ transport by mammalian stomach.},
  author={Terry E. Machen and William Silen and John G. Forte},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  volume={234 3},
Gastric mucosas from newborn pigs (0--20 days) and rabbits (0--20 days) were used for in vitro investigation of active Na+ transport during resting (no HCl secretion) conditions. As measured with 22Na+, these tissues actively absorb Na+ from the mucosal-to serosal (m-t-s) bathing solution during both open-circuit and short-circuit current (Is) conditions… CONTINUE READING