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Effect of food protein and group b vitamin deficiency on the content of calcium binding protein in the small intestinal mucosa



Effect of food protein and group b vitamin deficiency on the content of calcium binding protein in the small intestinal mucosa



Voprosy Pitaniya (4): 48-50



The content of Ca-binding protein (CBP) and Ca-binding activity of small intestinal mucoproteins were examined in growing male rats kept on the diet deficient in proteins and group B vitamins (thiamine, riboflavin and pyridoxine). CBP was isolated by [polyacrylamide gel] electrophoresis. Ca-binding activity of mucoproteins was explored with the aid of dialysis followed by complexonometric titration. The deficiency of food proteins was shown to lead to substantial changes in the content of vitamin D-dependent CBP and Ca-binding activity of mucoproteins. The deficiency of group B vitamins did not produce any appreciable influence on the content of CBP or Ca-binding activity of total mucoproteins.

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