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Calcium

  • Harold E. Harrison
  • Helen C. Harrison
Part of the Biomembranes book series (B, volume 4B)

Abstract

One of the salient features of intestinal absorption of calcium is its lack of completeness, unlike the absorption of the monovalent cations, Na and K, which are normally almost totally absorbed. This is partly owing to the precipitation of some of the calcium as insoluble salts in the intestinal contents making it unavailable for absorption. In addition, however, the absorption of calcium is controlled so that the extent of its uptake from the gut is determined to some extent by the quantity which can be deposited in bone, thus limiting the excess which must be excreted in the urine. Calcium absorption is therefore more complete during periods of rapid growth or skeletal remineralization but even at this time high calcium intakes are only partially absorbed (Fig. 16.1).

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Calcium Absorption Brush Border Brush Border Membrane Calcium Transport Distal Intestine 
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  • Harold E. Harrison
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  • Helen C. Harrison
    • 1
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