Endogenous ethanol--its metabolic, behavioral and biomedical significance.

@article{YuM1986EndogenousEM,
  title={Endogenous ethanol--its metabolic, behavioral and biomedical significance.},
  author={Ostrovsky YuM},
  journal={Alcohol},
  year={1986},
  volume={3 4},
  pages={239-47}
}
Ethanol is constantly formed endogenously from acetaldehyde, and level of the former can be measured in both human beings and animals. Acetaldehyde can be generated in situ from the metabolism of pyruvate, threonine, deoxyribose-5-phosphate, phosphoethanolamine, alanine and presumably from other substrates. The levels of blood and tissue endogenous ethanol change as a function of various physiologic and experimental conditions such as starvation, aging, stress, cooling, adrenalectomy, etc. and… CONTINUE READING
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