Proteomic evaluation of chicken brush-border membrane during the early posthatch period.

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The chicken small intestine undergoes structural and functional changes during the early posthatch period to accommodate the transition from a lipid-rich diet inside the egg to a carbohydrate- and protein-based diet. Many of the enterocyte brush-border membrane-associated proteins responsible for mediating changes in nutrient utilization are unknown. The… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/pr1003533

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@article{Gilbert2010ProteomicEO, title={Proteomic evaluation of chicken brush-border membrane during the early posthatch period.}, author={E R Gilbert and Patricia A. M. Williams and William Keith Ray and Huifeng Li and Derek A. Emmerson and Eric A. Wong and Kenneth E. Webb}, journal={Journal of proteome research}, year={2010}, volume={9 9}, pages={4628-39} }