Effect of nutritional status on rat adipose tissue, muscle and post-heparin plasma clearing factor lipase activities: their relationship to triglyceride fatty acid uptake by fat-cells and to plasma insulin concentrations.

@article{Cryer1976EffectON,
  title={Effect of nutritional status on rat adipose tissue, muscle and post-heparin plasma clearing factor lipase activities: their relationship to triglyceride fatty acid uptake by fat-cells and to plasma insulin concentrations.},
  author={Anthony Cryer and Susan E. Riley and Evan R Williams and D. S. Robinson},
  journal={Clinical science and molecular medicine},
  year={1976},
  volume={50 3},
  pages={213-21}
}
1. In rats in a variety of nutritional states, the adipose tissue clearing factor lipase activity is strongly, positively correlated with fat-cell triglyceride fatty acid uptake. 2. In the same animals, muscle clearing factor lipase activity is inversely correlated with the activity of the enzyme in adipose tissue and with the plasma insulin concentration. 3. In starved animals that are given glucose, adipose tissue clearing factor lipase activity is positively correlated with the plasma… CONTINUE READING