POST‐ISCHEMIC CHANGES IN CERTAIN METABOLITES FOLLOWING PROLONGED ISCHEMIA IN THE GERBIL CEREBRAL CORTEX

POST‐ISCHEMIC CHANGES IN CERTAIN METABOLITES FOLLOWING PROLONGED ISCHEMIA IN THE GERBIL... ‐Eight metabolites were measured in the post‐ischemic period following either 1 or 3 h of unilateral ischemia in the gerbil cerebral cortex. The levels of ATP, P‐creatine, glucose, glycogen and GABA were essentially restored by 1 h after ischemia. In the 3 h ischemic animals. glycogen continued to increase to greater than control values aftcr 5 and 20 h of recirculation. The Icvels of glutamate were unchanged during the ischemic episode, but decreased to 60% of control at Smin and 1 h after either period of ischemia. The concentrations of cyclic AMP, which were 4‐to 5‐fold elevated during ischemia. increased an additional 6‐fold 5 min after recirculation in both groups. Arter 1 h of recovery. the levels were not different from control values. After the 1 h ischemic period, lactate levels recovered between 5 and 20 h of recirculation. In the 3 h ischemic animals. lactate concentrations were still elevated even after 20 h of recirculation. These data suggest that with the exception of lactate. recovery of metabolites is not sevcrely compromiscd by either 1 or 3 h of ischemia. Furthermore, the changes in glycogen. glutamate and cyclic AMP after recirculation suggest that the recovery process is not just a rcversal of the changes observed during ischemia. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Neurochemistry Wiley

POST‐ISCHEMIC CHANGES IN CERTAIN METABOLITES FOLLOWING PROLONGED ISCHEMIA IN THE GERBIL CEREBRAL CORTEX

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Copyright © 1976 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
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0022-3042
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1471-4159
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10.1111/j.1471-4159.1976.tb06992.x
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Abstract

‐Eight metabolites were measured in the post‐ischemic period following either 1 or 3 h of unilateral ischemia in the gerbil cerebral cortex. The levels of ATP, P‐creatine, glucose, glycogen and GABA were essentially restored by 1 h after ischemia. In the 3 h ischemic animals. glycogen continued to increase to greater than control values aftcr 5 and 20 h of recirculation. The Icvels of glutamate were unchanged during the ischemic episode, but decreased to 60% of control at Smin and 1 h after either period of ischemia. The concentrations of cyclic AMP, which were 4‐to 5‐fold elevated during ischemia. increased an additional 6‐fold 5 min after recirculation in both groups. Arter 1 h of recovery. the levels were not different from control values. After the 1 h ischemic period, lactate levels recovered between 5 and 20 h of recirculation. In the 3 h ischemic animals. lactate concentrations were still elevated even after 20 h of recirculation. These data suggest that with the exception of lactate. recovery of metabolites is not sevcrely compromiscd by either 1 or 3 h of ischemia. Furthermore, the changes in glycogen. glutamate and cyclic AMP after recirculation suggest that the recovery process is not just a rcversal of the changes observed during ischemia.

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Journal of NeurochemistryWiley

Published: Jun 1, 1976

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