Changes in Systemic Blood Pressure and Serum Xanthine Oxidase Activity Induced by The Stimulation of Alcohol Metabolism by Fructose in Man

@inproceedings{Uzuegbu2011ChangesIS,
  title={Changes in Systemic Blood Pressure and Serum Xanthine Oxidase Activity Induced by The Stimulation of Alcohol Metabolism by Fructose in Man},
  author={Ugochukwu Enyinanya Uzuegbu and Cu Amadi and A. U. Onochie},
  year={2011}
}
The stimulation of ethanol oxidation and hence, its clearance from bloodstream by the administration of fructose significantly (P<0.05) increased both systemic blood pressure and serum xanthine oxidase activity when compared with the basal (0 hour) value, 15 hours after ingestion. The use of fructose to fasten the removal of alcohol from blood may be highly associated with the risk of hypertension (high blood pressure) elicited by the increased activity of serum xanthine oxidase. Further… CONTINUE READING

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