The absorption of glucose by the in vitro intestinal preparation

  title={The absorption of glucose by the in vitro intestinal preparation},
  author={H. Newey and D. H. Smyth and B. Whaler},
  journal={The Journal of Physiology},
  • H. Newey, D. H. Smyth, B. Whaler
  • Published 1955
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • The Journal of Physiology
  • Hestrin-Lerner & Shapiro (1954) have put forward a theory of glucose absorption from the intestine, according to which an unidentified substance (neither a phosphorylated compound nor lactic acid) is formed in the intestinal mucosa, passes into the blood stream and is subsequently changed to glucose in some other organ. The evidence for this theory rests on in vitro and in vivo experiments, and the purpose of the present paper is to examine the evidence relative to the in vitro work. The main… CONTINUE READING
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