The difference in sensitivity to cardiac steroids of (Na++K+)-stimulated ATPase and amino acid transport in the intestinal mucosa of the rat and other species.

@article{Robinson1970TheDI,
  title={The difference in sensitivity to cardiac steroids of (Na++K+)-stimulated ATPase and amino acid transport in the intestinal mucosa of the rat and other species.},
  author={Joshua W. Robinson},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1970},
  volume={206 1},
  pages={41-60}
}
1. The effect of various cardioactive steroids on the activity of a microsomal (Na(+) + K(+))-activated ATPase from rat intestinal mucosa has been studied and compared with their effects on L-phenylalanine and D-galactose transport by rings of rat intestine in vitro. A similar comparison between the sensitivities to ouabain of microsomal (Na(+) + K(+))-ATPase and of phenylalanine transport in the intestines of the mouse, guinea-pig and toad has been made.2. The rat intestinal enzyme is 50… CONTINUE READING