Carcass glycogen as a potential source of glucose during short-term starvation.
- Published Article
The Biochemical journal
- Publication Date
Dec 15, 1976
In small rats deprived of food for 19h (or 43h), 36% (or 39%) of the glycogen that disappeared was lost from the carcass and 64% (or 61%) from liver. Carcass glycogen is potentially a substantial source of glucose during short-term starvation via the Cori cycle.
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