Direct evidence for pH-dependent Fc receptors on proximal enterocytes of suckling rat gut

Experientia
A E Wild, L J Richardson

Abstract

By means of an erythrocyte-antibody rosette technique, Fc receptors, functional at pH 6.0 but not at 7.2, were shown to be present on enterocytes isolated from duodenum and jejunum (but absent from ileum) of 12-20-day-old suckling rats.

Citations

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Related Concepts

Ileum
Duodenum
Fc Receptor
Structure of Intestinal Gland
Entire Ileum
Animals, Suckling
Enterocytes
Malignant Neoplasm of Ileum
Erythrocytes
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration

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