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Specifics of nutrient hydrolysis and transport in proximal and distal portions of the ileum


, : Specifics of nutrient hydrolysis and transport in proximal and distal portions of the ileum. Fiziologicheskii Zhurnal SSSR Imeni I M Sechenova 72(11): 1559-1563

In polyfistulae dogs, deceleration of protein hydrolysis, of nitrogen, potassium and water absorption in the ileum distal portion as compared with the proximal one seems to be associated with own abilities of the distal areas for nutrients hydrolysis and transport rather than with their evacuatory activity. Different ways of creating polycomponent mixtures for administration into the ileum distal areas, are discussed.

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