volume 289, issue 6, PG1100-G1107 2005
DOI: 10.1152/ajpgi.00256.2005
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Abstract: The pig small intestinal brush border is a glycoprotein- and glycolipid-rich membrane that functions as a digestive/absorptive surface for dietary nutrients as well as a permeability barrier for pathogens. The present work was performed to identify carbohydrate-binding (lectinlike) proteins associated with the brush border. Chromatography on lactose-agarose was used to isolate such proteins, and their localization was studied biochemically and by immunofluorescence microscopy and immunogold electron microscopy…

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