The absorption of labelled molybdenum compounds in sheep fitted with re-entrant cannulae in the ascending duodenum.

@article{Kelleher1983TheAO,
  title={The absorption of labelled molybdenum compounds in sheep fitted with re-entrant cannulae in the ascending duodenum.},
  author={C A Kelleher and Michael Lyazi Ivan and Michel Lamand and Jeremy Mason},
  journal={Journal of comparative pathology},
  year={1983},
  volume={93 1},
  pages={83-92}
}
The absorption of labelled molybdenum compounds was studied in pairs of sheep exchanging digesta via re-entrant duodenal cannulae. Tri- and tetrathiomolybdate 99Mo were rapidly absorbed from the rumen to circulate in plasma in a protein-bound and in a TCA-insoluble form. The compounds were also absorbed from the small intestine although some breakdown was evident. Initially, molybdate was poorly absorbed from the rumen but after several hours the concentration of protein-bound, TCA-insoluble… CONTINUE READING

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