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Mammary-tissue amino acid transport systems


, : Mammary-tissue amino acid transport systems. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 56(1a): 177-191

This paper reviews knowledge of amino acid transport mechanisms in lactating mammary cells. It reviews experimental study techniques; sodium-independent and -dependent transport systems; regulation by prolactin and milk stasis; and volume-activated and peptide transport.


Accession: 002889606

PMID: 9168531

DOI: 10.1079/pns19970020

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