Abstract Title:

Palmitate and glucose oxidation by diaphragm of rats with fructose-induced hypertriglyceridemia.

Abstract Source:

Metabolism. 1978 Aug;27(8):885-8. PMID: 672612

Abstract Author(s):

A Vrána, R Poledne, P Fábry, L Kazdová


Palmitate and glucose oxidation were investigated in isolated hemidiaphragm of rats in which hypertriglyceridemia was induced by dietary fructose. Palmitate oxidation was increased, and glucose oxidation was reduced, in fructose-fed rats, as compared with glucose-fed controls. Glucose incorporation into muscle glycogen was similar in both dietary groups.

Study Type : Animal Study

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