Hepatic preconditioning preserves energy metabolism during sustained ischemia.

@article{Peralta2000HepaticPP,
  title={Hepatic preconditioning preserves energy metabolism during sustained ischemia.},
  author={Carmen Peralta and Ramon Bartrons and Ludovica Riera and Anna Manzano and Carme Xaus and Emilio Gelp{\'i} and Joan Rosell{\'o}-Catafau},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Gastrointestinal and liver physiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={279 1},
  pages={
          G163-71
        }
}
We evaluated the possibility that ischemic preconditioning could modify hepatic energy metabolism during ischemia. Accordingly, high-energy nucleotides and their degradation products, glycogen and glycolytic intermediates and regulatory metabolites, were compared between preconditioned and nonpreconditioned livers. Preconditioning preserved to a greater extent ATP, adenine nucleotide pool, and adenylate energy charge; the accumulation of adenine nucleosides and bases was much lower in… CONTINUE READING
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