Substrate utilization by rat stomach in vivo. Arteriovenous differences for glucose, lactate, ketone bodies, fatty acids and glycerol under control and acid-secreting conditions.

@article{Anderson1983SubstrateUB,
  title={Substrate utilization by rat stomach in vivo. Arteriovenous differences for glucose, lactate, ketone bodies, fatty acids and glycerol under control and acid-secreting conditions.},
  author={Neil G. Anderson and Peter James Hanson},
  journal={The Biochemical journal},
  year={1983},
  volume={212 3},
  pages={875-9}
}
Arteriovenous differences for several potential metabolic substrates were measured across the fundic wall of the stomach of rats that had been starved overnight. There was an uptake of glucose and D-3-hydroxybutyrate, but no significant arteriovenous differences for acetoacetate, pyruvate, non-esterified fatty acids and glycerol were apparent. Lactate output represented a substantial fraction of glucose uptake when the arterial lactate concentration was within the resting physiological range… CONTINUE READING