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The effects of zein, gliadin and lecithin on Cr51 EDTA permeability of rat jejunum


Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia 16: 139
The effects of zein, gliadin and lecithin on Cr51 EDTA permeability of rat jejunum
Rats 21 days old were given intragastrically gliadin or zein 1 ml dissolved in acetic acid 0.02 M. After 6 h, 2 7-cm loops of jejunum were isolated and filled with Krebs-Ringer-bicarbonate solution containing Cr51EDTA (0.1 MBq/litre) with or without 1% dipalmitoyl phosphatidylcholine (lecithin). The gliadin-treated rats showed a greater permeability to Cr51EDTA than those given zein.


Accession: 002249660



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