STUDIES ON THE MECHANISM OF INTESTINAL ABSORPTION OF SUGARS. VII. PHENYLGLYCOSIDE TRANSPORT AND ITS POSSIBLE RELATIONSHIP TO PHLORIZIN INHIBITION OF THE ACTIVE TRANSPORT OF SUGARS BY THE SMALL INTESTINE.

@article{Alvarado1964STUDIESOT,
  title={STUDIES ON THE MECHANISM OF INTESTINAL ABSORPTION OF SUGARS. VII. PHENYLGLYCOSIDE TRANSPORT AND ITS POSSIBLE RELATIONSHIP TO PHLORIZIN INHIBITION OF THE ACTIVE TRANSPORT OF SUGARS BY THE SMALL INTESTINE.},
  author={Francisco Javier Alvarado and Robert K. Crane},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={1964},
  volume={93},
  pages={
          116-35
        }
}
Abstract Stereospecific phenylglycoside transport by hamster and rat small intestine, in vitro, as evidenced by its various characteristics, occurs by the same pathway as active sugar transport. The evidence includes a demonstration of competitive reciprocal inhibition between actively transported glycosides and actively transported sugars, the presence of a two-step mechanism for glycosides which involves a sodium-dependent, energy-independent entrance followed by an energy-dependent… CONTINUE READING

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