Blood flow to brown adipose tissue and norepinephrine- induced calorigenesis in physically trained rats.

@article{Hirata1982BloodFT,
  title={Blood flow to brown adipose tissue and norepinephrine- induced calorigenesis in physically trained rats.},
  author={Kazunori Hirata},
  journal={The Japanese journal of physiology},
  year={1982},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={
          279-91
        }
}
Cardiac output (CO) and regional blood flow to various tissue were measured by means of gamma-labeled plastic microspheres (15 +/- 3 micrometers) injected into the left ventricle during 30-min infusion of l-norepinephrine (NE:4 micrograms(kg.min)) or the same amount of saline (11 microliters/min per animal) in rats physically trained by 2-hr swimming in water of 32 (SW-32), 36 (SW-36), and 38 degree C (SW-38) for 10-11 weeks and in control (CT) rats. Body weight and skinfold thickness were… CONTINUE READING

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