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Physiology and pathology of membrane digestion
Aleksandr MikhaЗђlovich Ugolev
|LC Classifications||RC803 U3513|
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|Number of Pages||226|
These channel openings enable operation of Na+,K+,Cl‐ co‐transport as well as increased turnover of the Na+/K+ pump across the basolateral membrane. The net result is uptake of Cl‐ across the basolateral membrane and secretion of Cl‐ across the apical membrane with Na + following through the leaky tight by: 4. An elucidation of the circumstances which are significant in this respect therefore gives important information about the physiology, and thus also the pathology, of digestion. Before Pavlov’s work it was the general opinion that the gastric secretion was not influenced via the nerves connecting the stomach and the central nervous system.
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Get this from a library. Physiology and Pathology of Membrane Digestion. [A M Ugolev] -- I Basic Types of Digestion and Their Classification.- II Digestive Processes in the Small Intestines of Higher Animals The Role of Membrane Digestion.- Hydrolysis of Polysaccharides. PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY OF MEMBRANE DIGESTION.
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