Interrelationship of FFA and glycerol turnovers in resting and exercising dogs.

@article{Shaw1975InterrelationshipOF,
  title={Interrelationship of FFA and glycerol turnovers in resting and exercising dogs.},
  author={William C. Shaw and Thomas B. Issekutz and B. Issekutz},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1975},
  volume={39 1},
  pages={30-6}
}
Dogs with indwelling arterial and venous catheters ran on a treadmill on a 10% or on a 15% slope at 100 m/min. Glycerol turnover ([2-3H]-glycerol) and FFA turnover ([1-14C]palmitate) were measured simultaneously. Both turnovers were greatly increased by exercise. Similar increases were produced in resting dogs by norepinephrine infusions (0.5 mug/kg-min). At rest, as well as during exercise, there was a straight-line correlation between the ratio of disappearance of each substrate and their… CONTINUE READING