Maximal rate of blood lactate accumulation during exercise at altitude in humans.

@article{Grassi1995MaximalRO,
  title={Maximal rate of blood lactate accumulation during exercise at altitude in humans.},
  author={Bruno Grassi and G. Samuelli Ferretti and Bengt Kayser and Mauro Marzorati and Angelo Cesar Colombini and Claudio Marconi and Paolo Cerretelli},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={79 1},
  pages={
          331-9
        }
}
The lower peak lactate accumulation in blood ([La(b)]p) at altitude may be associated with a reduced maximal glycolytic flux. Based on certain assumptions, the latter can be indirectly evaluated in vivo, during short supramaximal exercises, by measuring the maximal rate of lactate accumulation in blood (delta [La(b)]max). delta [La(b)]max was determined on six white subjects at sea level (SL1), after approximately 1 wk (Alt1) and 4 wk (Alt2) of a 35-day sojourn at 5,050 m, and 1 wk after return… CONTINUE READING
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