EFFECTS OF EXERCISE AND ADMINISTRATION OF ASPARTIC ACID ON BLOOD AMMONIA IN THE RAT.

@article{Barnes1964EFFECTSOE,
  title={EFFECTS OF EXERCISE AND ADMINISTRATION OF ASPARTIC ACID ON BLOOD AMMONIA IN THE RAT.},
  author={Richard H. Barnes and B A Labadan and B Siyamoglu and Robert B. Bradfield},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1964},
  volume={207},
  pages={
          1242-6
        }
}
The rise of blood ammonia following a short period of exercise can be partially prevented by the prior oral administration of either aspartic acid or the mixed potassium and magnesium salts of aspartic acid. These compounds will also prolong the time required for the rat to reach physical exhaustion due to forced swimming. As an extension of these observations, it has been found that daily feeding of ammonium carbonate over a 4-week period will also prevent the rise of blood ammonia due to… CONTINUE READING

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