Nutrients regulate diamine oxidase release from intestinal mucosa.

@article{Wollin1998NutrientsRD,
  title={Nutrients regulate diamine oxidase release from intestinal mucosa.},
  author={Armin Wollin and X. Wang and Patrick Tso},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={275 4},
  pages={
          R969-75
        }
}
Diamine oxidase is continuously released from the intestinal mucosa and carried to the circulation by the lymphatics. The effect of nutrients on this release was examined. Rats were prepared with duodenal and intestinal lymph cannulas. Test mixtures of lipid emulsions containing triolein, oleic acid, or tricaprylin and solutions of carbohydrate and protein were infused into the duodenum. The enzyme release and triglyceride transport were determined and in some experiments were done in the… 

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