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The role of the glucose/fatty acid cycle in the selective modulation of non-oxidative and oxidative glucose disposal by oxidative muscle in late pregnancy

, : The role of the glucose/fatty acid cycle in the selective modulation of non-oxidative and oxidative glucose disposal by oxidative muscle in late pregnancy. Biological Chemistry Hoppe-Seyler 375(2): 141-147

Physiological insulin stimulation (induced by re-feeding) in late (19 to 20 days) pregnancy in the rat led to only partial reversal of starvation-induced increases in circulating fatty acid concentrations. The impaired suppression of adipose tissue lipolysis was associated with a clear attenuation of the activation of PDH-a activity in oxidative skeletal muscles (diaphragm, soleus and adductor longus) in response to physiological insulin stimulation.


PMID: 8192859

DOI: 10.1515/bchm3.1994.375.2.141

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