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Absorption of serum proteins from the intestine of the sensitized guinea-pig

, : Absorption of serum proteins from the intestine of the sensitized guinea-pig. Journal of Physiology 102(4): 484-490

II. Further experiments on the absorption of horse serum from the intestine of the sensitized g. pig indicated that an initial small amount might pass through the intestine because of distension of the gut, that this fraction produced desensitization, and that the bulk of the serum was not absorbed.


PMID: 16991626

DOI: 10.1113/jphysiol.1944.sp004052

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