in U.S.:l. Rapid oscillations free fatty acid in blood concentrations glucose plasma in man I. A. NIMMO, B. J. KIRBY, B. W. LASSERS Departments of Biochemistry Medicine, Lipid Research Laboratory, Department oi Clinical Chemistry, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotl NIMMO, I. -4., B. J. KIRBY, B. W. LASSERS. Rapid oscillations in blood glucose plasma free fatty acid concentrations in man. 34(4) : 448-451. 1973.-The object of this . .J. Appl. Physiol. investigation was to test the hypothesis that in resting fasting man the concentrations of blood glucose plasma FFA show rapid oscillations (of the order of minutes). Samples of blood were taken at 15-set intervals over a period of up to 11 min, replicate estimates were made of the concentrations of glucose FFA in each sample. To establish if the concentrations oscillated, an analysis of variance was used to compare the variation between the replicate estimates for an individual sample with the variation between the means of the estimates f-or the different samples. The data showed that any oscillations in concentration were much smaller than those previously reported. methodological rhvthms accuracy; metabolic steady state; circadian I T IS USUALLY ASSUMED that in resting fasting man the concentrations of
Journal of Applied Physiology – The American Physiological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1973
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