Anoxia and adenosine induce increased cerebral blood flow rate in crucian carp.

@article{Nilsson1994AnoxiaAA,
  title={Anoxia and adenosine induce increased cerebral blood flow rate in crucian carp.},
  author={Greger Nilsson and P Hylland and Carl O L{\"o}fman},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={267 2 Pt 2},
  pages={R590-5}
}
The crucian carp (Carassius carassius) has the rare ability to survive prolonged anoxia, indicating an extraordinary capacity for glycolytic ATP production, especially in a highly energy-consuming organ like the brain. For the brain to be able to increase its glycolytic flux during anoxia and profit from the large liver glycogen store, an increased glucose delivery from the blood would be expected. Nevertheless, the effect of anoxia on brain blood flow in crucian carp has never been studied… CONTINUE READING

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