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Biull Eksp Biol Med. 1979 Dec;88(12):664-7.

[Effect of cold stress on the postnatal formation of the carbohydrate hydrolysis and transport mechanisms in the rat small intestine].

[Article in Russian]


In acute experiments on rats using accumulating mucosa preparation (AMP) method it was shown that cold training (daily 2-hour exposure to 6-7 degress C) exerts stable inhibitng effect to postnatal formation of maltase- and gamma-amilase transport digestive-absorbtive system and does not change the dynamics of its own transport. The same training program significantly accelerates the rate of hydrolytic-transport conveyor on the cell membrane external surface in rats aged from 10 to 17 days.

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