THE INFLUENCE OF IRON AND COPPER OVER THE INTESTINAL ENZYMATHICAL ACTIVITY

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LVII
Written by Monica MARIN, D. DRĂGOTOIU, Carmen NICOLAE, Georgeta DINIȚĂ, Laura URDEȘ

The purpose of this study is the analysis of copper and iron microelements influence over the activity of intestinal amylase and maltase unfolding research on rats that the physiologically resemble swine, making it possible that the data obtained can be extrapolated. In most cases, the addition of microelements influence has manifested by inhibition of the enzymatic activity of intestinal maltase and amylase, growing with the increasing of concentration. A slight activation of intestinal amylase was observed with the administration of 600 ferric sulphate mg/kg food, maximal activation being of 104.3%.

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Marin M., Drăgotoiu D., Nicolae C., Diniță G., Urdeș L. 2014, THE INFLUENCE OF IRON AND COPPER OVER THE INTESTINAL ENZYMATHICAL ACTIVITY. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LVII, ISSN 2285-5778, 161-164.


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