Effect of prolonged physical exercise on muscular phospholipase A2 activity in rats.

Abstract

Prolonged muscular exercise stimulates glucose uptake by the working muscles themselves. The mechanism of this phenomenon is at present unclear. It has been proposed that the kallikrein-kinin-prostaglandin system plays a role in the physiological regulation of muscular glucose metabolism during exercise. Since bradykinin can stimulate phospholipase A2, a… (More)

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@article{Federspil1987EffectOP, title={Effect of prolonged physical exercise on muscular phospholipase A2 activity in rats.}, author={Giovanni Federspil and Bruno Baggio and Carlo B De Palo and Eugenio de Carlo and Arturo Borsatti and Roberto Vettor}, journal={Diabete & metabolisme}, year={1987}, volume={13 3}, pages={171-5} }