PERMEABILITY OF INTESTINAL CAPILLARIES Pathway followed by Dextrans and Glycogens NICOLAE

@inproceedings{Simionescu2003PERMEABILITYOI,
  title={PERMEABILITY OF INTESTINAL CAPILLARIES Pathway followed by Dextrans and Glycogens NICOLAE},
  author={M. D. Simionescu and George E. Palade},
  year={2003}
}
The pathway followed by macromolecules across the wall of visceral capillaries has been studied by using a set of tracers of graded sizes, ranging in diameter from 100 A (ferritin) to 300 A (glycogen) . Polysaccharide particles, i .e. dextran 75 (mol wt -75,000 ; diam -125 A), dextran 250 (mol wt 250,000 ; diam -225 A), shellfish glycogen (diam -200 A) and… CONTINUE READING