Regulation of intestinal sugar transport.

  title={Regulation of intestinal sugar transport.},
  author={Ronaldo P. Ferraris and Jared M. Diamond},
  journal={Physiological reviews},
  volume={77 1},
The recent surge in knowledge of cellular and molecular mechanisms of intestinal sugar transport has fueled an enormous interest in adaptive mechanisms regulating sugar transport. We first review several functional considerations that help us interpret the different patterns of adaptation for different nutrients. We then distinguish nonspecific adaptive mechanisms leading to parallel changes in transport of different nutrients from specific adaptive mechanisms only affecting the transport of a… CONTINUE READING

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