Metabolic phases during the development of granulation tissue.

Abstract

1. The metabolism of incubated slices of sponge-induced granulation tissue, harvested 4-90 days after the implantation, was studied with special reference to the capacity of collagen synthesis and to the energy metabolism. Data are also given on the nucleic acid contents during the observation period. Three metabolic phases were evident. 2. The viability of the slices for the synthesis of collagen was studied in various conditions. Freezing and homogenization destroyed the capacity of the tissue to incorporate proline into collagen. 3. Consumption of oxygen reached the maximum at 30-40 days. There was evidence that the pentose phosphate cycle was important, especially during the phases of the proliferation and the involution. The formation of lactic acid was maximal at about 20 days. 4. The capacity to incorporate proline into collagen hydroxyproline in vitro was limited to a relatively short period at 10-30 days. 5. The synthesis of collagen was dependent on the supply of oxygen and glucose, which latter could be replaced in the incubation medium by other monosaccharides but not by the metabolites of glucose or tricarboxylic acid-cycle intermediates.

Statistics

0100200300'91'94'97'00'03'06'09'12'15
Citations per Year

228 Citations

Semantic Scholar estimates that this publication has 228 citations based on the available data.

See our FAQ for additional information.

Cite this paper

@article{Lampiaho1967MetabolicPD, title={Metabolic phases during the development of granulation tissue.}, author={K Lampiaho and E I Kulonen}, journal={The Biochemical journal}, year={1967}, volume={105 1}, pages={333-41} }