Passage of molecules through the wall of the gastrointestinal tract. Increased passive permeability in rat ileum after exposure to lysolecithin.

Abstract

The interaction between lysolecithin and mucosal cells in the distal ileum has been studied. Using a rat experimental model, we determined the intestinal permeability to fluorescent dextran 3000 after exposure to different amounts of lysolecithin. At pH 7.3, lysolecithin, 10 mg/ml, significantly enhanced the transmural passage, and at pH 3.5, even 1 mg/ml… (More)

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