Electrophysiological measurement of glucose uptake into motor nerve terminals of mature adult and aged rats.

Abstract

Glucose uptake into motor nerve terminals innervating the extensor digitorum longus (EDL), diaphragm and soleus, was monitored indirectly in mature adult and aged rats by recording changes in quantal transmitter release induced by glucose. Glucose entered the nerve terminals innervating the EDL more rapidly than either the diaphragm or the soleus. There was… (More)

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@article{Rosenheimer1985ElectrophysiologicalMO, title={Electrophysiological measurement of glucose uptake into motor nerve terminals of mature adult and aged rats.}, author={Julie L. Rosenheimer and Danielle Smith}, journal={Brain research}, year={1985}, volume={330 2}, pages={373-7} }