Pregnancy- and lactation-induced changes in active intestinal calcium transport in rats.


A time course study of active Ca transport in the duodenum and the terminal ileum was conducted using the everted gut sac technique during the last week of pregnancy and throughout lactation. A triphasic pattern was revealed in the proximal duodenum: a marked rise between 18 and 20 days of pregnancy, a plateau maintained during the last 3 days of pregnancy… (More)


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