Glucose turnover and gluconeogenesis in human pregnancy.

@article{Kalhan1997GlucoseTA,
  title={Glucose turnover and gluconeogenesis in human pregnancy.},
  author={Satish C. Kalhan and K. Rossi and Lourdes L Gruca and Ed Burkett and Aidan O'brien},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1997},
  volume={100 7},
  pages={1775-81}
}
The rate of appearance (Ra) of glucose in plasma and the contribution of gluconeogenesis were quantified in normal pregnant women early ( approximately 10 wk) and late ( approximately 34 wk) in gestation. Their data were compared with those of normal nonpregnant women. Glucose Ra was measured using the [U-13C]glucose tracer dilution method. Gluconeogenesis was quantified by the appearance of 2H on carbon 5 and 6 of glucose after deuterium labeling of body water pool. Weight-specific glucose Ra… CONTINUE READING

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