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Presence of 2 types of transport of substances in the small intestine on the example of some sugars and amino acids



Presence of 2 types of transport of substances in the small intestine on the example of some sugars and amino acids



Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR Seriya Biologicheskaya (5): 716-724



Data showing the presence of 2 types of transport substances in the small intestine in rats were presented. Accumulation, transit and possible mechanisms of these processes were discussed. In some cases (i.e., for glucose, galactose and glycine in vivo) the transit through intestinal cells may not include intracellular accumulation.

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