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Intestinal absorption of amino acids, II Isotopic studies on the amino acids absorption from the intestine by using S35-DL-methionine and C14-DL-valine



Intestinal absorption of amino acids, II Isotopic studies on the amino acids absorption from the intestine by using S35-DL-methionine and C14-DL-valine



Jour Biochem : 131-138



After administration of s35-DL-methionine or C14-DL-valine to rat, the chromatographic and radioautographic analyses of intestinal wall and portal fluid blood indicated that methionine was mostly oxidized to methionine sulfoxide in the inner side of intestinal tissue and then reduced prior to transference to portal vessel, but valine underwent no change.

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