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The response of the small intestine to vitamin D. Correlation between calcium-binding-protein production and increased calcium absorption



The response of the small intestine to vitamin D. Correlation between calcium-binding-protein production and increased calcium absorption



Biochemical Journal 144(2): 339-346



A radioimmunological method which can estimate concentrations as low as 1 mu g/g wet weight was used to detect the synthesis of soluble calcium-binding protein (CaBP) in supernatants of small intestine from rachitic rats given 5 mu g cholecalciferol intracardially 8, 12 or 24 h before they were killed. CaPB was not detected at 8 h but was present after 12 h at a concentration of 8.6 mu g/g wet weight.

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DOI: 10.1042/bj1440339



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