Pyridoxine transport in brush border membrane vesicles of guinea pig jejunum.

@article{Yoshida1981PyridoxineTI,
  title={Pyridoxine transport in brush border membrane vesicles of guinea pig jejunum.},
  author={S Yoshida and K Hayashi and Takashi Kawasaki},
  journal={Journal of nutritional science and vitaminology},
  year={1981},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={
          311-7
        }
}
Transport of [3H]pyridoxine was studied with membrane vesicles prepared from brush border of guinea pig jejunum, in which pyridoxal kinase was not detected. The imposition of an Na+ gradient across the membrane did not affect pyridoxine transport. The equilibrium level of pyridoxine uptake decreased with increasing osmolarity of the medium, which indicates that pyridoxine is transported into the membrane vesicles. The initial rate of pyridoxine uptake increased linearly with increasing… 
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