Resorption of Glucose from the Small Intestine of Alloxan-diabetic Rats

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HITHERTO it has been very difficult for technical reasons to observe the resorption of sugar from the intestine of diabetic animals with and without insulin. Such investigations are now much facilitated by the possibility of producing diabetes in animals simply by injecting them with alloxan. As we know already a lot about sugar resorption from the small intestine, it may thus be possible to get a deeper insight into diabetic disturbance of the metabolism.

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LASZT, L., VOGEL, H. Resorption of Glucose from the Small Intestine of Alloxan-diabetic Rats. Nature 157, 551–552 (1946) doi:10.1038/157551b0

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