TB50: Intestinal Absorption of Amino Acids In Vitro with Special Reference to the Chicken: A Review of Recent Findings and Methodological Approaches in Distinguishing Transport Systems
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The potential importance of the work reported in this bulletin centers about the need for a complete description of the initial step in the metabolism of amino acids, namely, their interaction or recognition by the brush border membrane which lines the intestinal lumen.
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Lerner, J. 1971. Intestinal absorption of amino acids in vitro with special reference to the chicken: A review of recent findings and methodological approaches in distinguishing transport systems. Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 50.