Effects of intravenous infusions of glucose, lactate, propionate or acetate on the induction of lipogenesis in bovine adipose tissue.

@article{Prior1980EffectsOI,
  title={Effects of intravenous infusions of glucose, lactate, propionate or acetate on the induction of lipogenesis in bovine adipose tissue.},
  author={Ronald L. Prior and Richard A. Scott},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={1980},
  volume={110 10},
  pages={2011-9}
}
Crossbred steers (seven to nine per treatment) fed a pelleted alfalfa hay diet were biopsied (preinfusion) to obtain subcutaneous adipose tissue (SAT). Five days later a continuous intravenous infusion was begun of either 0.9% NaCl, glucose (2.75 moles/day), DL-lactate (5.5 moles/day of L-lactate), propionate (5.5 moles/day) or acetate (8.25 moles/day); after infusion for 14 days, a second biopsy sample of SAT was obtained. Glucose and DL-lactate infusion increased acetyl-CoA carboxylase… CONTINUE READING

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