Sugars and sugar derivatives which inhibit the short‐circuit current of the everted small intestine of the rat.

@article{Muflih1976SugarsAS,
  title={Sugars and sugar derivatives which inhibit the short‐circuit current of the everted small intestine of the rat.},
  author={I. W. Muflih and W. F. Widdas},
  journal={The Journal of Physiology},
  year={1976},
  volume={263}
}
  • I. W. Muflih, W. F. Widdas
  • Published 1976
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • The Journal of Physiology
  • 1. The short‐circuit current of everted rat intestine supported on a perforated cannula proved to be stable for up to 3 hr and has been used to study competition between transportable and non‐transportable sugars. 2. 4,6‐O‐Ethylidene‐alpha‐D‐glucopyranose (ethylidene glucose) and 4,6‐O‐benzylidene‐e alpha‐D‐glucopyranos (benzylinene glucose), two nontransportable inhibitors of the hexose transfer system in human erythrocytes, were found to reduce the short‐circuit current generated by… CONTINUE READING
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