Effects of sustained swimming on hepatic glucose production of rainbow trout.

@article{Shanghavi1999EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of sustained swimming on hepatic glucose production of rainbow trout.},
  author={Shanghavi and J H Weber},
  journal={The Journal of experimental biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={202 Pt 16},
  pages={2161-2166}
}
The rate of hepatic glucose production (R(a)glucose) was measured by continuous infusions of 6-[(3)H]glucose in live rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) before, during and after swimming for 3 h at 1.5 body lengths s(-)(1) in a swim tunnel. Contrary to expectation, we found that sustained swimming causes a 33 % decline in the R(a),(glucose) of trout (from 7.6+/-2.1 to 5.1+/-1.3 (&mgr;)mol kg(-)(1 )min(-)(1), means +/- s.e.m., N=7), even though exercise of the same intensity elicits a two- to… CONTINUE READING
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