Mechanism and Regulation of Intestinal Phosphate Transport
I will like to express my indebtedness to Dr. Marlin M. Walling (January 17, 1941 — November 30, 1979), a true scientist and scholar. He inspired and generated most of the data included in this presentation.
KeywordsPhosphate Transport Dark Column Unidirectional Flux Basolateral Membrane Vesicle Paracellular Flux
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