Relationship between turnover rate and blood concentration of lactate in exercising dogs.

@article{Eldridge1975RelationshipBT,
  title={Relationship between turnover rate and blood concentration of lactate in exercising dogs.},
  author={Frederic L. Eldridge},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1975},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={231-4}
}
Steady-state blood lactate concentrationss and lactate turnover, or entry, rates were determined by use of constant infusion of L(+)-[14C]lactate in seven anesthetized dogs before and during electrically induced exercise. Lactate entry rates increased during exercise in all dogs with or without the infusion of additional exogenous cold lactate. Blood lactate concentrations, on the other hand, rose to levels considerably below those predicted for these entry rates in a previous study of the… CONTINUE READING

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