TITLE

METABOLISM OF SKELETAL MUSCLE FOLLOWING INCOMPLETE ISCHEMIA

AUTHOR(S)
Arcangeli, P.; Digiesi, V.; Masala, B.; Serra, M. V.; Congiu, A.
PUB. DATE
February 1973
SOURCE
Angiology;Feb1973, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p114
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The metabolic responses in sural muscles ischemized by ligatures of the femoral artery and stenosis of the common iliac artery are reported. The glyco- lyric and oxidative enzyme systems are at first stimulated and then depressed but finally returning to normal. The incorporation of C14-1eucine into protein is stimulated both under aerobic and anaerobic conditions reaching a maximum on the 5th day of ischemia. This occurs simultaneously with a sharp increase in activity of the pentose phosphate shunt.
ACCESSION #
16358538

 

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