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w. A. HEMMINGS the idea that proteins can input cells complete is a tough one. but the version occasions wherein this procedure can be studied were identified and investigated for a few years. these occasions come up during the specialization required to move immunoglobulins synthesized by way of the mum to the movement of the fetus or infant animal, that's within the transmission of passive immunity to the younger. This continuously includes the protein crossing a continual mobile barrier, within the placenta or fetal membranes, or within the intestinal epithelium. the idea that is difficult to simply accept when it comes to cellphone biology since it is tough to envisage a mechanism wherein proteins can go in volume a cellphone membrane that's regulating the access of solutes. Brambell has recommend an speculation of this kind of mechanism, restating it in 'The transmission of passive immunity from mom to younger' in 1970. In 1974, after his dying, a symposium was once held in Bangor mostly in this topic, released as 'Maternofetal Transmission of Immunoglobulins' . on the grounds that then additional conferences were hung on intestine move less than the name of the current quantity, which consists of papers drawn from those meetings.

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P. ) New Developments Pediatric Research pp. 189-192 (New Dehli: Interprint) Hemmings, W. A. (1978a). The entry into the brain of large molecules derived from dietary protein. Proc. R. Soc B (in press) Hemmings, W. A. (1978b). Carriage of dietary protein into the tissues. Nature (submitted) Hemmings, W. , and Surjan, J. The absorption of iron by piglets from an oral dose of labelled haemoglobin. S. Med. , 4, 392 . Hemmings, W. A. and Williams, E. W. (1978). The transport of large break down products of dietary protein through the gut wall.

J. , 240, 79 Morris, B. and Morris, R. (1974b). The absorption of iodine-125 labelled immunoglobulin G by different regions of the gut in young rats. J. , 241, 761 Morris, B. and Morris, R. (1975). Globulin transmission by the gut in young rats, and the effects of cortisone acetate. 359-369. (Cambridge University Press) Morris, B. and Morris, R. (1976a). The effects of corticosterone and cortisone on the transmission of IgG and the uptake of polyvinyl pyrrolidone by the small intestine in young rats.

Mechanism of protein transport across the rabbit yolk sac endoderm. In: (W. A. 155-165. (London: University Press) 22 3 Macromolecular uptake and transport by the small intestine of the suckling rat B. MORRIS AND R. MORRIS INTRODUCTION Many of the investigations into the uptake and transport of macromolecules by the small intestine of the young rat, which were performed during the 1960s, tended to focus attention on the distal region of the gut. Earlier work, dating back to the studies by Clark (1959), suggested that although fat was absorbed by the proximal small intestine of suckling animals, protein was not.

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