Transporter-mediated absorption is the primary route of entry and is required for passive absorption of intestinal glucose into the blood of conscious dogs.

Pencek RR, Koyama Y, Lacy DB, James FD, Fueger PT, Jabbour K, Williams PE, Wasserman DH
J Nutr. 2002 132 (7): 1929-34

PMID: 12097672 · DOI:10.1093/jn/132.7.1929

MeSH Terms (16)

3-O-Methylglucose Animals Arteries Blood Glucose Dogs Duodenum Female Glucose Hormones Intestinal Absorption Liver Male Monosaccharide Transport Proteins Phlorhizin Portal Vein Regional Blood Flow

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