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    1. Krumschnabel, G; Manzl, C; Schwarzbaum, PJ
      Importance of glycolysis for the energetics of anoxia-tolerant and anoxia-intolerant teleost hepatocytes

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ZOOLOGY
    2. Hulse, RE; Winterfield, J; Kunkler, PE; Kraig, RP
      Astrocytic clasmatodendrosis in hippocampal organ culture

      GLIA
    3. Qu, H; Eloqayli, H; Unsgard, G; Sonnewald, U
      Glutamate decreases pyruvate carboxylase activity and spares glucose as energy substrate in cultured cerebellar astrocytes

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    4. Bakker, J
      Lactate: May I have your votes please?

      INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    5. Peng, L; Swanson, RA; Hertz, L
      Effects of L-glutamate, D-aspartate, and monensin on glycolytic and oxidative glucose metabolism in mouse astrocyte cultures: further evidence that glutamate uptake is metabolically driven by oxidative metabolism

      NEUROCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
    6. Okamoto, K; Wang, WY; Rounds, J; Chambers, EA; Jacobs, DO
      ATP from glycolysis is required for normal sodium homeostasis in resting fast-twitch rodent skeletal muscle

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    7. Novel-Chate, V; Rey, V; Chiolero, R; Schneiter, P; Leverve, X; Jequier, E; Tappy, L
      Role of Na+-K+-ATPase in insulin-induced lactate release by skeletal muscle

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    8. Chih, CP; Lipton, P; Roberts, EL
      Do active cerebral neurons really use lactate rather than glucose?

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    9. Rutter, J; Reick, M; Wu, LC; McKnight, SL
      Regulation of clock and NPAS2 DNA binding by the redox state of NAD cofactors

      SCIENCE
    10. Bello, RI; Gomez-Diaz, C; Navarro, F; Alcain, FJ; Villalba, JM
      Expression of NAD(P)H : Quinone oxidoreductase 1 in HeLa cells - Role of hydrogen peroxide and growth phase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Rodriguez-Enriquez, S; Juarez, O; Rodriguez-Zavala, JS; Moreno-Sanchez, R
      Multisite control of the Crabtree effect in ascites hepatoma cells

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    12. Renard, CB; Bornfeldt, KE
      Human arterial smooth muscle cells rapidly deplete cell culture media of glucose

      DIABETOLOGIA
    13. Suzuki, LA; Poot, M; Gerrity, RG; Bornfeldt, KE
      Diabetes accelerates smooth muscle accumulation in lesions of atherosclerosis - Lack of direct growth-promoting effects of high glucose levels

      DIABETES
    14. Tiritilli, A
      5-hydroxytryptamine induces vasoconstriction of the human umbilical artery: Effects of hypoxia and nicorandil

      GYNECOLOGIC AND OBSTETRIC INVESTIGATION
    15. Olovsson, M; Nordling, M; Ulmsten, U; Lindblom, B; Waldenstrom, A; Ronquist, G
      Human uterine myocytes retain their energy charge with no gross alterations in morphology for at least 8 days when cultured under anaerobic conditions

      GYNECOLOGIC AND OBSTETRIC INVESTIGATION
    16. Allen, TJ; Hardin, CD
      Influence of glycogen storage on vascular smooth muscle metabolism

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Poitry, S; Poitry-Yamate, C; Ueberfeld, J; MacLeish, PR; Tsacopoulos, M
      Mechanisms of glutamate metabolic signaling in retinal glial (Muller) cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Kahn, AM; Allen, JC; Seidel, CL; Lichtenberg, DS; Song, T; Zhang, S
      Insulin increases NO-stimulated guanylate cyclase activity in cultured VSMC while raising redox potential

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    19. Ames, A
      CNS energy metabolism as related to function

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    20. Waring, JV; Wendt, IR
      Effects of anoxia on force, intracellular calcium and lactate production of urinary bladder smooth muscle from control and diabetic rats

      JOURNAL OF UROLOGY
    21. Zeevalk, GD; Nicklas, WJ
      Lactate prevents the alterations in tissue amino acids, decline in ATP, and cell damage due to aglycemia in retina

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    22. Aulwurm, UR; Brand, KA
      Increased formation of reactive oxygen species due to glucose depletion inprimary cultures of rat thymocytes inhibits proliferation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    23. Chen, T; Qian, YZ; Rice, A; Zhu, JP; Di, X; Bullock, R
      Brain lactate uptake increases at the site of impact after traumatic braininjury

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    24. Magistretti, PJ; Pellerin, L
      Cellular mechanisms of brain energy metabolism and their relevance to functional brain imaging

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    25. Damyanovich, AZ; Staples, JR; Chan, ADM; Marshall, KW
      Comparative study of normal and osteoarthritic canine synovial fluid using500 MHz H-1 magnetic resonance spectroscopy

      JOURNAL OF ORTHOPAEDIC RESEARCH
    26. Steingrimsdottir, T; Ronquist, G; Ulmsten, U; Waldenstrom, A
      Low myometrial glycogen content compared with rectus muscle in term pregnant women before labor

      GYNECOLOGIC AND OBSTETRIC INVESTIGATION
    27. Honegger, P; Pardo, B
      Separate neuronal and glial Na+,K+-ATPase isoforms regulate glucose utilization in response to membrane depolarization and elevated extracellular potassium

      JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM
    28. Netzker, R; Fabian, D; Weigert, C; Brand, KA
      Functional studies by site-directed mutagenesis on the role of Sp1 in the expression of the pyruvate kinase M and aldolase A genes

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    29. James, JH; Luchette, FA; McCarter, FD; Fischer, JE
      Lactate is an unreliable indicator of tissue hypoxia in injury or sepsis

      LANCET
    30. Hamai, M; Minokoshi, Y; Shimazu, T
      L-glutamate and insulin enhance glycogen synthesis in cultured astrocytes from the rat brain through different intracellular mechanisms

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    31. Gewirtz, RJ; Dhillon, HS; Goes, SE; DeAtley, SM; Scheff, SW
      Lactate and free fatty acids after subarachnoid hemorrhage

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    32. SULLIVAN PG; KELLER JN; MATTSON MP; SCHEFF SW
      TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY ALTERS SYNAPTIC HOMEOSTASIS - IMPLICATIONS FORIMPAIRED MITOCHONDRIAL AND TRANSPORT FUNCTION

      Journal of neurotrauma
    33. PELLERIN L; PELLEGRI G; BITTAR PG; CHARNAY Y; BOURAS C; MARTIN JL; STELLA N; MAGISTRETTI PJ
      EVIDENCE SUPPORTING THE EXISTENCE OF AN ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT ASTROCYTE-NEURON LACTATE SHUTTLE

      Developmental neuroscience
    34. MELO RF; STEVAN FR; CAMPELLO AP; CARNIERI EGS; DEOLIVEIRA MBM
      OCCURRENCE OF THE CRABTREE EFFECT IN HELA-CELLS

      Cell biochemistry and function
    35. BENYOSEPH O; LYONS JC; SONG CW; ROSS BD
      MECHANISM OF ACTION OF LONIDAMINE IN THE 9L BRAIN-TUMOR MODEL INVOLVES INHIBITION OF LACTATE EFFLUX AND INTRACELLULAR ACIDIFICATION

      Journal of neuro-oncology
    36. HERINGSMITH KS; HAMM LL
      METABOLIC SUPPORT OF COLLECTING DUCT TRANSPORT

      Kidney international
    37. HALLER RG; CLAUSEN T; VISSING J
      REDUCED LEVELS OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE NA-ATPASE IN MCARDLE-DISEASE(K+)

      Neurology
    38. WAGNER KR; XI GH; HUA Y; KLEINHOLZ M; DECOURTENMYERS GM; MYERS RE
      EARLY METABOLIC ALTERATIONS IN EDEMATOUS PERIHEMATOMAL BRAIN-REGIONS FOLLOWING EXPERIMENTAL INTRACEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE

      Journal of neurosurgery
    39. BISWAS S; RAY M; MISRA S; DUTTA DP; RAY S
      IS ABSENCE OF PYRUVATE-DEHYDROGENASE COMPLETE IN MITOCHONDRIA A POSSIBLE EXPLANATION OF SIGNIFICANT AEROBIC GLYCOLYSIS BY NORMAL HUMAN-LEUKOCYTES

      FEBS letters
    40. TONG ACY; RATTIGAN S; CLARK MG
      SIMILARITIES BETWEEN VASOCONSTRICTOR-STIMULATED AND VERATRIDINE-STIMULATED METABOLISM IN PERFUSED RAT HIND-LIMB

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    41. KRUMSCHNABEL G; FRISCHMANN ME; SCHWARZBAUM PJ; WIESER W
      LOSS OF K- A SCREENING STUDY FOR POTENTIAL CAUSES AND MECHANISMS( HOMEOSTASIS IN TROUT HEPATOCYTES DURING CHEMICAL ANOXIA )

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    42. PELLERIN L; STOLZ M; SORG O; MARTIN JL; DESCHEPPER CF; MAGISTRETTI PJ
      REGULATION OF ENERGY-METABOLISM BY NEUROTRANSMITTERS IN ASTROCYTES INPRIMARY CULTURE AND IN AN IMMORTALIZED CELL-LINE

      Glia
    43. LORENZ JN; PAUL RJ
      DEPENDENCE OF CA2+ CHANNEL CURRENTS ON ENDOGENOUS AND EXOGENOUS SOURCES OF ATP IN PORTAL VEIN SMOOTH MUSCLE

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    44. GOLSHANIHEBRONI SG; BESSMAN SP
      HEXOKINASE BINDING TO MITOCHONDRIA - A BASIS FOR PROLIFERATIVE ENERGY-METABOLISM

      Journal of bioenergetics and biomembranes
    45. BRAND K
      AEROBIC GLYCOLYSIS BY PROLIFERATING CELLS - PROTECTION AGAINST OXIDATIVE STRESS AT THE EXPENSE OF ENERGY YIELD

      Journal of bioenergetics and biomembranes
    46. PELLERIN L; MAGISTRETTI PJ
      GLUTAMATE UPTAKE STIMULATES NA-ATPASE ACTIVITY IN ASTROCYTES VIA ACTIVATION OF A DISTINCT SUBUNIT HIGHLY SENSITIVE TO OUABAIN(,K+)

      Journal of neurochemistry
    47. SCHURR A; PAYNE RS; MILLER JJ; RIGOR BM
      GLIA ARE THE MAIN SOURCE OF LACTATE UTILIZED BY NEURONS FOR RECOVERY OF FUNCTION POSTHYPOXIA

      Brain research
    48. GUMINSKA M; IGNACAK J; KEDRYNA T; STACHURSKA MB
      TUMOR-SPECIFIC PYRUVATE-KINASE ISOENZYME M-2 INVOLVED IN BIOCHEMICAL STRATEGY OF ENERGY GENERATION IN NEOPLASTIC-CELLS

      Acta Biochimica Polonica
    49. MELVIN BK; SHANKS JV
      INFLUENCE OF AERATION ON CYTOPLASMIC PH OF YEAST IN AN NMR AIRLIFT BIOREACTOR

      Biotechnology progress
    50. MICCADEI S; FANCIULLI M; BRUNO T; PAGGI MG; FLORIDI A
      ENERGY-METABOLISM OF ADRIAMYCIN-SENSITIVE AND ADRIAMYCIN-RESISTANT EHRLICH ASCITES TUMOR-CELLS

      Oncology research
    51. PRATESI G; DECESARE M; ZUNINO F
      EFFICACY OF LONIDAMINE COMBINED WITH DIFFERENT DNA-DAMAGING AGENTS INTHE TREATMENT OF THE MX-1 TUMOR XENOGRAFT

      Cancer chemotherapy and pharmacology
    52. LANGGUT W
      MODULATION OF THE PROLIFERATION AND METABOLISM OF TUMOR-CELLS BY THE NUTRITION FACTOR, QUEUINE

      Endocytobiosis and cell research
    53. PULSELLI R; AMADIO L; FANCIULLI M; FLORIDI A
      EFFECT OF LONIDAMINE ON THE MITOCHONDRIAL POTENTIAL IN-SITU IN EHRLICH ASCITES TUMOR-CELLS

      Anticancer research
    54. LEWIS JA; HUQ A; NAJARRO P
      INHIBITION OF MITOCHONDRIAL-FUNCTION BY INTERFERON

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    55. SANTINI MT; CAMETTI C; ZIMATORE G; MALORNI W; BENASSI M; GENTILE FP; FLORIDI A; INDOVINA PL
      A DIELECTRIC-RELAXATION STUDY ON THE EFFECTS OF THE ANTITUMOR DRUGS LONIDAMINE AND RHEIN ON THE MEMBRANE ELECTRICAL-PROPERTIES OF EHRLICH ASCITES TUMOR-CELLS

      Anticancer research
    56. MATHUPALA SP; REMPEL A; PEDERSEN PL
      GLUCOSE CATABOLISM IN CANCER-CELLS - ISOLATION, SEQUENCE, AND ACTIVITY OF THE PROMOTER FOR TYPE-II HEXOKINASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    57. TREJO R; VALADEZSALAZAR A; DELHUMEAU G
      EFFECTS OF QUERCETIN ON RAT TESTIS AEROBIC GLYCOLYSIS

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    58. MATARRESE P; MESCHINI S; ARANCIA G; MALORNI W
      THE MODE OF ACTION OF THE ANTITUMOR AGENT LONIDAMINE INVOLVES CALCIUM-ASSOCIATED ACTIN FILAMENT ROUNDING

      Oncology Reports
    59. RAMALINGAM V; KRISHNAMOORTHY G; GOVINDARAJULU P
      ENZYMES OF CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISMS IN HUMAN BREAST-CARCINOMA - RELATIONSHIP WITH SERUM HORMONES

      Neoplasma
    60. GREINER EF; GUPPY M; BRAND K
      GLUCOSE IS ESSENTIAL FOR PROLIFERATION AND THE GLYCOLYTIC ENZYME-INDUCTION THAT PROVOKES A TRANSITION TO GLYCOLYTIC ENERGY-PRODUCTION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    61. GARDNER DK; LANE M; BATT P
      UPTAKE AND METABOLISM OF PYRUVATE AND GLUCOSE BY INDIVIDUAL SHEEP PREATTACHMENT EMBRYOS DEVELOPED IN-VIVO

      Molecular reproduction and development
    62. CIVIDALLI A; GENTILE FP; BEGNOZZI L; CHIATTI L; BENASSI M; FLORIDI A
      INVIVO CONTROL OF TUMOR-GROWTH WITH THE ASSOCIATION OF IONIDAMINE WITH RADIATION AND OR HYPERTHERMIA

      International journal of oncology
    63. ALBI JL; PLANAS J; SANCHEZ J
      GLUCOSE-METABOLISM BY BROWN TROUT PERIPHERAL-BLOOD LYMPHOCYTES

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    64. CAMPBELL JD; PAUL RJ
      EFFECTS OF DILTIAZEM ON FORCE, [CA2-METABOLISM IN PORCINE CORONARY-ARTERY(]I, AND ENERGY)

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    65. DILLS WL
      NUTRITIONAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF TUMOR GLYCOLYSIS

      Parasitology
    66. POLYANSKA M; ARNER A; MALMQUIST U; UVELIUS B
      LACTATE-DEHYDROGENASE ACTIVITY AND ISOFORM DISTRIBUTION IN THE RAT URINARY-BLADDER - EFFECTS OF OUTLET OBSTRUCTION AND ITS REMOVAL

      The Journal of urology
    67. SORRIBAS A; SAMITIER S; CANELA EI; CASCANTE M
      METABOLIC PATHWAY CHARACTERIZATION FROM TRANSIENT-RESPONSE DATA OBTAINED IN-SITU - PARAMETER-ESTIMATION IN S-SYSTEM MODELS

      Journal of theoretical biology
    68. LANGGUT W; REISSER T; NISHIMURA S; KERSTEN H
      MODULATION OF MAMMALIAN-CELL PROLIFERATION BY A MODIFIED TRANSFER-RNABASE OF BACTERIAL ORIGIN

      FEBS letters
    69. BEAUVOIT B; RIGOULET M; BUNOUST O; RAFFARD G; CANIONI P; GUERIN B
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN GLUCOSE-METABOLISM AND OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATIONS ON RESPIRATORY-COMPETENT SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE CELLS

      European journal of biochemistry
    70. ROBERTS EL
      GLYCOLYSIS AND RECOVERY OF POTASSIUM-ION HOMEOSTASIS AND SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN HIPPOCAMPAL SLICES AFTER ANOXIA OR STIMULATED POTASSIUM RELEASE

      Brain research
    71. MARJANOVIC S; WOLLBERG P; SKOG S; HEIDEN T; NELSON BD
      THE EFFECTS OF CAMP ON THE EXPRESSION OF GLYCOLYTIC ISOZYMES IN ACTIVATED PERIPHERAL HUMAN T-LYMPHOCYTES

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics


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