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The role of cyclic nucleotides in the regulation of intestinal dibasic amino acid transport Open Access

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Subject/Keyword
Lysine--Physiological transport.
Epithelium.
Intestines.
Biological transport--Regulation.
Amino acids.
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University of Alberta
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Turner, Robert L.
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Department of Physiology
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1990
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Master of Science
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Master's
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English
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