Trans- and paracellular calcium transport along the small and large intestine in horses.

Abstract

Intestinal calcium absorption plays a key role in the maintenance of calcium homeostasis and may either occur by paracellular or transcellular mechanisms. The horse has some unique peculiarities in calcium homeostasis compared to other species including a high absorptive capacity for calcium in the intestine, high plasma calcium concentrations, high renal… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cbpa.2016.11.020

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