PMID: 2858317Jan 1, 1985Paper

Monosaccharide uptake by erythrocytes of the embryonic and adult chicken

Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. A, Comparative Physiology
R L IngermannJ M Bissonnette


Rates of monosaccharide uptake by adult and 10-18 day old embryonic chicken erythrocytes were quantitated. The rate of carrier-mediated, stereospecific transport decreased 28% from day 10 to day 14 of incubation and was unchanged thereafter. At no time, however, did the rate of carrier-mediated transport by embryonic erythrocytes differ significantly from that of the adult cells. The rate of transfer by simple diffusion was 3-5 fold faster in embryonic than in adult erythrocytes. Uptake by simple diffusion decreased slightly as the embryo developed. Chronic hyperoxic incubation (70% O2) had little influence on total monosaccharide uptake by embryonic erythrocytes.


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