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The Effect of Alcohol on the Embden-Meyerhof-Parnas-Pathway in the Liver

  • H. Schimassek
  • A. K. Walli
  • G. Höfer

Abstract

EMBDEN (1) demonstrated that glucose was metabolized to lactate in an isolated perfused liver by the glycolytic pathway. With the development of more sophisticated techniques than those employed by EMBDEN and other earlier workers, it is now possible to study quantitatively the extent and nature of glycolysis in liver.

Keywords

Hydrogen Transfer Quinolinic Acid Alcohol Infusion Perfuse Liver Intracellular Content 
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  • H. Schimassek
  • A. K. Walli
  • G. Höfer

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