Sodium-dependent L-lactate uptake by bovine intestinal brush border membrane vesicles.

Abstract

In ruminants, intestinal digesta can contain considerable amounts of lactic acid derived from ingestion of lactic acid-containing feed and from production of lactic acid during ruminal digestion of readily fermentable carbohydrates. The aim of the present study was to investigate L-lactate transport across the bovine intestinal brush border membrane. The… (More)

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