Uptake of Extracellular, Dietary Putrescine Is an Important Regulatory Mechanism of Intracellular Polyamine Metabolism DuringCamostate-Induced Pancreatic Growth in Rats

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Aim of the present study was to evaluate therole of cellular uptake of dietary [ H]putrescine forthe regulation of pancreatic, hepatic, and smallintestinal polyamine metabolism during normal andcamostate-induced pancreatic growth in rats in vivo. Initiallydose-response and time-course studies of[3H]putrescine uptake were performed. MaleWistar rats were… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1018882606579

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@article{Loser1997UptakeOE, title={Uptake of Extracellular, Dietary Putrescine Is an Important Regulatory Mechanism of Intracellular Polyamine Metabolism DuringCamostate-Induced Pancreatic Growth in Rats}, author={Chv. Loser and L. Torff and Ulrich Richard Folsch}, journal={Digestive Diseases and Sciences}, year={1997}, volume={42}, pages={503-513} }