Adrenergic Beta-receptor Blockade and Anaerobic Metabolism

@article{Furberg1966AdrenergicBB,
  title={Adrenergic Beta-receptor Blockade and Anaerobic Metabolism},
  author={Curt D. Furberg},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1966},
  volume={211},
  pages={888-888}
}
IT is known that adrenaline accelerates glycogenolysis in liver and in muscles, which leads to an elevation of the concentration of blood sugar and blood lactate1. During work (and especially with high work loads) there is a substantial increase in the concentration of blood lactate, which is mainly produced in the working muscles2. This can in part arise… CONTINUE READING