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The sodium-alanine interaction in rabbit ileum. Effect of alanine on sodium fluxes

The Journal of General Physiology

Mar 1, 1970

P F CurranI M Glynn

PMID: 5520504

Abstract

The interaction between Na transfer and alanine transfer across the mucosal border of rabbit ileum has been studied further by examining the effect of alanine on Na movement. Studies on strips of mucosa treated with ouabain showed that net Na movements against a Na concentration differe...read more

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Ileum
Ouabain
Abufne
Structure of Intestinal Gland
Chinchilla Rabbits
Sodium
In Vitro [Publication Type]
Metazoa
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The sodium-alanine interaction in rabbit ileum. Effect of alanine on sodium fluxes

The Journal of General Physiology

Mar 1, 1970

P F CurranI M Glynn

PMID: 5520504

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Abstract

The interaction between Na transfer and alanine transfer across the mucosal border of rabbit ileum has been studied further by examining the effect of alanine on Na movement. Studies on strips of mucosa treated with ouabain showed that net Na movements against a Na concentration differe...read more

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Sodium
In Vitro [Publication Type]
Metazoa

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