A Four-Compartment Metabolomics Analysis of the Liver, Muscle, Serum, and Urine Response to Polytrauma with Hemorrhagic Shock following Carbohydrate Prefeed

@inproceedings{Witowski2015AFM,
  title={A Four-Compartment Metabolomics Analysis of the Liver, Muscle, Serum, and Urine Response to Polytrauma with Hemorrhagic Shock following Carbohydrate Prefeed},
  author={Nancy E. Witowski and Elizabeth R. Lusczek and Charles E. Determan and Daniel R. Lexcen and Kristine E. Mulier and Beverly G Ostrowski and Greg J. Beilman},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
OBJECTIVE Hemorrhagic shock accompanied by injury represents a major physiologic stress. Fasted animals are often used to study hemorrhagic shock (with injury). A fasted state is not guaranteed in the general human population. The objective of this study was to determine if fed animals would exhibit a different metabolic profile in response to hemorrhagic… CONTINUE READING