Phenolic acids are absorbed from the rat stomach with different absorption rates.

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The intestinal absorption characteristics of phenolic acids (PAs) have been elucidated in terms of their affinity for the monocarboxylic acid transporter (MCT). Recently, the involvement of the stomach has been implicated in the absorption of polyphenols. The present work demonstrates that the gastric absorption efficiency of each PA is apparently different… (More)

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@article{Konishi2006PhenolicAA, title={Phenolic acids are absorbed from the rat stomach with different absorption rates.}, author={Yutaka Konishi and Zhaohui Zhao and Makoto Shimizu}, journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry}, year={2006}, volume={54 20}, pages={7539-43} }