2 edition of metabolism of creatine in guinea pigs found in the catalog.
metabolism of creatine in guinea pigs
Waldo Richard Hardie
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This study found that % of respondents owned a guinea pig that had been clinically diagnosed with a bacterial infection. Conversely, a previous study of guinea pigs reported a much lower. 1. Experiments were performed to determine whether a decrease in tissue ATP contributes to the rapid failure of cerebral synaptic transmission during hypoxia. Transmission between the perforant path and the dentate granule cells in the in vitro hippocampus was studied Hippocampal slice ATP is dec .
Lipoprotein metabolism and processing in the intravascular compartment VLDL. Dietary fat saturation (Abdel-Fattah et al. ), soluble fiber (Fernandez et al. a) and simple carbohydrate intake (Fernandez et al. c) influence the secretion rate of VLDL and affect the composition of nascent VLDL in guinea e fiber intake results in a slower secretion of VLDL apoB, and the. in terms of hepatic cholesterol handling and metabolism. Male Hartley guinea pigs (n = 10/group) were fed either a high-cholesterol (H-Chol) diet containing % dietary cholesterol or a control, % low-cholesterol (L-Chol) diet for six weeks and evaluated by.
In fetal guinea pigs, ventricular cells have higher anaerobic glycolytic capacity and lower mitochondrial enzyme activity. Here, we implemented developmental changes in glycolytic enzyme activity, concentrations of glycogen, and total creatine in late embryonic and adult ventricular cell models. Penelope A. Longhurst's research works with 2, citations and 1, reads, including: Resolution of Diurnal Incontinence and Nocturnal Enuresis After Adenotonsillectomy in Children.
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Glucose metabolism by Micro PET/CT. Four guinea pigs in each group were selected for Micro PET/CT. The guinea pigs were abstained from drinking and fasting for 10 h before being scanned by micro PET/CT (Inveon MM, Siemens, Germany).Author: Shuyun Liu, Ye Yang, Xuemei Mao, Liqiang Deng, Changjuan Shuai, Yu Yao, Yuling Shi, Zedeng Yin.
The metabolism of creatine in guinea pigs Public Deposited. Analytics × Add Author: Waldo Richard Hardie. We investigated changes of total creatine concentrations in brain, muscle, heart, kidney, liver, lung and venous/portal plasma of guinea pigs, mice and rats in response to weeks oral creatine-monohydrate supplementation ( g/kg/d; % of dietary intake).Cited by: The glucose homeostasis is essential for brain function, and energy deficiency is a key feature of brain aging.
We investigated whether improving glucose metabolism in the auditory cortex can delay the aging of auditory function of guinea pigs with age-related hearing loss (ARHL) by ry function was assessed by auditory brainstem response (ABR), glucose metabolism was detected Author: Shuyun Liu, Ye Yang, Xuemei Mao, Liqiang Deng, Changjuan Shuai, Yu Yao, Yuling Shi, Zedeng Yin.
The effects of glucose, pyruvate and lactate on basal metabolism and on contraction-related energy expenditure of thin trabeculae isolated from guinea-pig heart were studied using a microcalorimetric technique. Resting heat rates of cardiac ventricular. The effects of total ischemia and subsequent reperfusion on the formation of anaerobic metabolism products and their release into myocardial effluent were studied in isolated guinea pig hearts.
During min ischemia myocardial ATP and phosphocreatine decreased to 34 and 15% of the initial levels, respectively; this was accompanied by alanine.
I. INTRODUCTION. Ever since the discovery of phosphorylcreatine (PCr) in and of the creatine kinase (CK; EC ) reaction in (see Refs, ), research efforts focused mainly on biochemical, physiological, and pathological aspects of the CK reaction itself and on its involvement in “high-energy phosphate” metabolism of cells and tissues with high-energy demands.
The excretion of silica (SiO 2) n in urine and feces was determined following the oral and intraperitoneal administration of silica to guinea pigs. The urinary excretion of silica after oral administration generally reached a maximum value that was not exceeded by increasing the dose.
On reperfusion with normal Tyrode solution, a marked release of proteins (lactate dehydrogenase, creatine kinase and myoglobin) was observed, which showed a similar time course in both types of heart. Elevation of [Mg]o during calcium depletion reduced protein loss on calcium repletion in both neonatal and adult guinea-pig hearts.
This study evaluated the effect of these proteins on renal function in guinea pigs. Lp25 is an outer membrane protein that appears responsible for the development of oliguric AKI associated with hyperkalemia induced by rhabdomyolysis (e.g., elevated CPK, uric acid and serum phosphate).
Compartmentation of adenine nucleotides in the isolated working guinea pig heart stimulated by noradrenaline. Soboll S, Bünger R. Relationships between subcellular adenine nucleotides (ATP, ASP), heart function and oxidative myocardial metabolism were studied in the isolated working guinea pig.
Urine levels of taurine were not affected by GES, but GES levels increased from zero to in HUXTABLE AND LIPPINCOTT TABLE III EFFECT OF ORAL GES ON METABOLISM AND EXCRETION OF [l^-'HJGES IN MOUSE AND GUINEA PIG Urine Percentage radioactivity in Day (dpm/ml X ) GES Tai irine Mouse 1 2 3 4Guinea pig 1 24 ± 76 Creatine kinase was localised in the endoplasmic reticulum particularly the smooth membranes.
PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH Terms. Adenylate Kinase/metabolism; Animals; Cell Fractionation/methods; Creatine Kinase/metabolism* Guinea Pigs; Intracellular Membranes/metabolism; Male; Microsomes/enzymology; Mitochondria, Heart.
Metabolic Parameters Affected by Feeding Various Types of Fiber to Guinea Pigs J Nutr. Jan;(1) doi: /jn/ Ida M. Washington, Gerald Van Hoosier, in The Laboratory Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Hamster, and Other Rodents, Creatinine.
Creatinine is a non-protein nitrogenous compound that is produced by the breakdown of creatine in muscle. Creatinine is found in serum, plasma, and urine and is excreted by glomerular filtration at a constant rate and in.
Creatine Kinase / metabolism* Guinea Pigs Kinetics Mitochondria / enzymology Muscles / enzymology Phosphocreatine / metabolism Rabbits Spectrophotometry Substances. Cerebral energy metabolism in guinea pig fetuses during development Article (PDF Available) in Journal of developmental physiology 16(6) December with 37.
Further studies of the effect of As2O3 on carbohydrate metabolism were therefore performed. Male guinea pigs received either a single dose of As2O3 10 -1 s.c.
or repeated doses of The significance of the metabolism of the neurohormone melatonin: antioxidative protection and formation of bioactive substances. activity of melatonin in guinea pigs with pentylenetetrazol. Carnitine, an important cofactor in the transport of fatty acids to the interior of cell mitochondria, is depleted in myocardial tissue of guinea pigs submitted to diphtheric toxin administration.
Mortality rates were reduced in these animals by supplying exogenous amounts of carnitine. The accumula. HOSENFELD et al.1 have recently reported investigations of plasma creatine kinase (ATP: creatine phosphotransferase) activity in mice with hereditary muscular dystrophy indicating that the.for ascorbic acid, scorbutic guinea pigs show a decreased capacity to convert trimethyllysine and butyrobetaine to carnitine and have less carnitine than normal in heart and skeletal muscle, although the carnitine content in liver and plasma is normal ().
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