Sex-related differences in the effect of aluminum on calcium transport in the small intestine of the rat.

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Everted sacs of distinct segments of small intestine from male and female rats were incubated with 2 microM of aluminum (Al). In duodenum, Al significantly diminished calcium flux (JCams) in cycling females (31%, P < 0.01) and in males (17%, P < 0.05). Incubation under anaerobic conditions nullified the inhibition of Al on JCams both in male and in female… (More)

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