volume 306, issue 1, PG1-G12 2014
DOI: 10.1152/ajpgi.00263.2013
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Abstract: Fructose consumption by Americans has increased markedly, whereas Ca2+ intake has decreased below recommended levels. Because fructose metabolism decreases enterocyte ATP concentrations, we tested the hypothesis that luminal fructose acutely reduces active, diet-inducible Ca2+ transport in the small intestine. We confirmed that the decrease in ATP concentrations was indeed greater in fructose- compared with glucose-incubated mucosal homogenates from wild-type and was prevented in fructose-incubated homogenate…

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